My lawyers have made me promise the Scottish court I will actually obey the law and request an extension if no deal is done. Damn. How do I get out of dying in a ditch?
That’s what the European Parliament’s Brexit committee have rather rudely said about my splendid new conciliatory Ireland plan. What’s wrong with giving a veto to Stormont ( yes I know they have not sat for three years). Anyway now I can say we tried and it’s all the pig headed Europeans fault! Cunning hey! Just the Benn Act to get round now. Watch this space! Dominic……
I am going to carry on being as inflammatory as I can about that “Surrender bill” and such like. The angrier they all get the more I like it! And I plan to find a way round it if I have to. Is it a good idea having a Prime Minister who suggests he won’t obey the law? Who cares!
I am being a little vague on what we are going to say to the EU – ” constructive proposals” and all that. Truth be told I’m not sure we have anything remotely sensible to suggest
Is taking place. At least they love me. And no I haven’t put my hand on any ladies legs!
Has just ruled against me. Unanimously! Bugger!
In Luxembourg didn’t go well. I had to hide from a lot of angry demonstrators. And then the Luxembourg PM went ahead without me, which made me look a prat
That is how I am describing our prospects of a deal with the EU. It’s all complete bollocks of course. I am cunningly making plans to blame everyone else when it goes tits up. Step 1 is describing the Act that tries to prevent my leaving without a deal on October 31 as ” Corbyn’s surrender bill”. Then when we don’t get a deal I can say it’s Corbyn’s fault for forcing me to take the pressure off. Clever or what?
Have just ruled that my prororogation of Parliament was unlawful. Oh dear! I am not saying anything until the Supreme Court decides
And I have lost them all. Crikey!