Shut up!

Here is what Dopey Davis has to say about our discussions today. Frankly we haven’t got a clue what our policy is and he would be better off shutting up, rather than spouting twaddle:

“The atmosphere is very constructive – I’m not going to give you a detailed blow-by-blow of a cabinet committee – that obviously never happens. Very constructive, a lot of things resolved. Bear in mind we’ve already got a very, very strong framework of what we want to achieve. That is an overarching free trade agreement and large numbers of components of what we want to achieve within that, a customs agreement and so on, and we were fleshing that out. But you’ll hear more about that from the prime minister in due course, I’m sure.”


Well our glorious leader has just concluded a meeting with Japanese bigwigs to discuss Brexit, and here is what the Japanese ambassador had to say straight afterwards:

“ If there is no profitability of continuing operation in [the] UK, not Japanese only, no private company can continue operations. So it is as simple as that. And this is all high stakes that I think all of us need to keep in mind. “

Doesn’t sound quite like the sunny uplands of that idiot Liam Fox’s glorious new free trade world that was going to solve everything.

Can’t help thinking this is not going according to plan ( not that we have a plan of course).


you will see that after some dithering and dathering, we have announced we are definitely absolutely without a shadow of a doubt leaving the EU customs union. Good news as that will leave us free to pursue such marvellous trade opportunities as syndicating repeats of Poldark and Mr Selfridge in China. I kid you not – excerpt from this weeks Downing Street press release below. Taking Back Control!

“ITV Studios Global Entertainment has agreed a deal with Chinese company Bilibili for the latest series of international hit Poldark, sold in to over 150 countries globally, and all four series of Mr Selfridge, the story behind the founder of London’s famous department store”

Frictionless Access?

Here is what that buffoon David Davis had to say today as he struggled to explain what our Brexit strategy actually is ( assuming we even have one which I am not completely clear about).

“We want a good Brexit for British business and a good Brexit for the British people and we will deliver that on a frictionless access to the single market and political and economic freedom for us in the future.” Personally it seems a bit like saying “ I am going to leave your golf club because it’s too expensive but I want a good game of golf whenever I feel like one and so I want the committee to agree I will still be able to play whenever I want as a visitor and it won’t cost me anything”.

Utter idiot. But what’s our plan???

How much?

“There was an error on the side of the bus. We grossly underestimated the sum over which we would be able to take back control,” I told the Guardian today. The best form of defence is attack don’t you know! £438 million is nearer the mark!

Those Germans

Just spotted what Dieter Kempf, president of the Federation of German Industries, had to say about our position:

“I was surprised to hear it was now up to the EU to make an offer to the UK on how to deal with the UK in future. I understand you don’t want to be like Norway or Switzerland, or an agreement like the one with Canada. But for God’s sake, give us a bit of an idea of what you do want”.

Oh dear. I wonder what we do want?