Well, isn’t that a surprise.
Tory MPs who say the prime minister promised them plans that would give parliament more power to block a ‘no deal’ Brexit, have said her proposals fall far short of what was pledged.
Ex-Tory attorney general Dominic Grieve told The Independent he spent the morning negotiating with ministers and agreeing a wording to a new amendment, but claimed what was tabled later in the afternoon had been altered.
It’s not so much that she’s untrustworthy, it’s that she’s an incompetent hanging on to her place in power by manicured fingernails, swaying gently in whatever breeze happens to blow. If she says X, it should be no surprise she may have meant Y, intended Z, and hoped for any other letter of the alphabet that might keep the leadership contest wolf from her door.
She’s trying to juggle completely contradictory concepts, and the end result is going to be abject failure. For all her chances of success, she may as well quit now and let Boris take over driving the Tory clown car. It’s gonna crash one way or another.
The Brexit bunch want Britain to be an economic minnow in a pool of sharks. Even British business is beginning to kick about it, normal Tory sycophants that they are. See next…