Burgon Bungles Labour’s Six Brexit Tests

Richard Burgon has become the latest senior Labour figure to forget what Labour’s six so-called ‘Brexit tests’ are and make up a completely unrelated set on the spot. Guido is surprised that broadcasters don’t challenge the shadow Cabinet on what they are more often since they love to bring them up in debate but none seem to have a clue what they actually are. At least he made up the right number, unlike his boss

Yvette Cooper’s Heartfelt Tribute to Sir Jeremy Heywood

The tragic news broke this morning that former Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood has passed away from cancer overnight aged just 56. Yvette Cooper was live on air as the news broke and delivered a heartfelt tribute to the man she knew well. Guido’s thoughts are with Sir Jeremy’s friends and family.

Hammond on No Deal Impact

“If we leave with no deal we will be in a different set of circumstances and it would require a different approach.”

Hammond: I Believe in Universal Credit

Justine Hits Out At The Treasury

“I don’t think we get the right decisions out of that department, and it now needs to fundamentally reform to make sure that… we actually get sensible decisions.”

McDonnell: There Is A Likelihood Of No Deal

Hammond: No Deal Means New Budget

“If we were to find ourselves in that situation then we would need to take a different approach to the future of Britain’s economy.”

This is clearest sign from the Chancellor since January 2017 that a no deal Brexit would make the UK the tax haven of Europe

Raab: People Must be Held to Account for Khashoggi Death

Dominic Raab says the Saudi account of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s death is “not credible” and that people must be “held to account” over it. He won’t be drawn on what specific actions the UK could take…

Raab ‘Open-Minded’ About ‘Short’ Transition Extension

“Let’s say three months”…

Starmer Won’t Rule Out Remain

Keir Starmer makes the point of again not ruling out Remain if there’s a second referendum. Labour continuing their Brexit policy of being all things to all people…

Suella: UK Can “Thrive” With No Deal

Brexit Minister Suella Fernandes says it won’t be a “walk in the park” but the UK “can thrive in a no deal scenario”. As long as the government has done the ground work to prepare…

Suella denies being a Brexiteer sleeper agent. Ironically many Brexiteers think she was asleep on the job when she headed up the ERG and the Northern Irish backstop was slipped through…

Sarah Vine: Men Should Stop Waving Their Willies Around

Hancock: I “Hope” Customs Union Will Be Time Limited

Thornberry: Our Brexit Tests Are Not Silly

Next CEO: “Most Important We’re Ready for No Deal”

Lord Wolfson says no deal is possible and we should prepare.

No deal probability is obviously rising…

Cleverly: Obama Trumps Trump

Shami: Corbyn was Incendiary in Jewish Remarks

IDS: Government Losing Great Benefit of Universal Credit

Flint: Second Referendum MPs are Patronising and Offensive

Flint: I Could Back May’s Deal

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Quote of the Day

Jacob Rees Mogg writes

“If I had to choose between no deal and Mrs May’s original accord, I would have no hesitation of opting for no-deal Brexit but even Mrs May’s deal would be better than not leaving at all.”

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