Few things are stranger in the post-Brexit landscape than the Tory party’s newfound interventionism.
Sir Keir Starmer has said on Sophy Ridge on Sunday that Labour’s Brexit policy in the general election was “of course” the “right policy”, despite the party’s heavy defeat
After Labour is hit by two cyber-attacks in 24 hours, exasperated hackers admit they still couldn’t find the party’s Brexit policy.
David Cameron committed to a Brexit referendum in 2013. I see he is still claiming - as he did at the time - that there was some sort of public clamour for one. Wrong now as it was then. Brexit was only ever about the Tory party’s internal psychodramas.
Brexit Party’s Richard Tice says “with a proper Brexit, we can cut prices and we can raise wages” SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon interjects “He used to say we’ve got £350m extra a week for the NHS, it’s people like him that the public don’t trust” #BBCDebate
This is unbelievable.. a Labour MP, three weeks before the election, who has absolutely no clue what his own party’s position is on Brexit.