The toddler in question is none other than Odysseus Rees-Mogg – heir to the lordship of Reesmogginshire.
(15.August) The European Union’s Brexit negotiators fear that they are being bugged by the British secret service after the UK obtained sensitive documents “within hours” of them being presented to a meeting of EU officials last month, The Telegraph understands.
But had Marr been on the ball (something he’s never been), he might also have asked about the US-EU bilateral agreement on safety in civil aviation – the so-called BASA. Even if the open skies agreement could be resolved, this is a far more complex issue, where there is no obvious or simple resolution.(…)
To that extent, it is good to have a little whiff of reality. Our politicians need to know that they are playing with fire, with the order and stability of our society at stake. Should the day come where they do lose control, one also hopes that the media will get their share of the attention. Their incompetence easily matches that of the government.
The loss of her Brexit negotiator, and potentially another junior minister in the ministry, just two days after the meeting at May’s Chequers country residence is a blow to the prime minister and underlines the deep divisions in her ruling Conservative Party over Britain’s departure from the EU.
Bei der Abstimmung im britischen Unterhaus über das Mitspracherecht des Parlaments beim „Brexit“ hat die Regierung die befürchtete Niederlage im letzten Moment abgewendet. Die Parlamentskammer stimmte gestern mit 319 gegen 303 Stimmen gegen eine Vorlage, die dem Parlament ein Vetorecht gegen die künftige „Brexit“-Vereinbarung mit der EU eingeräumt hätte.
BREXITEER Andrew Lilico hit out at Theresa May’s Government claiming the latest concessions made by the Prime Minister to Tory Rebels in the House of Commons was proof the British political system has no intention of delivering on Brexit.
UK officials have warned the EU that its approach to Brexit negotiations risks damaging its security and economic relationship.
Britain will tell Brussels it is prepared to stay in the European Union’s customs union beyond 2021 as ministers remained deadlocked over a future deal with the bloc, the Telegraph newspaper reported on Wednesday.