Hammond admits Cabinet split and scrapping over #Brexit

On the BBC’s Marr Show this morning, Chancellor Philip Hammond made an all-too-typical slip when he was asked whether there is a fight for the leadership of the Tory party.

In attempting to deny it, he admitted that Brexit is the last straw that the government is clinging to in order to avoid a fall – and that there is a deep split in the Cabinet that must threaten the ability of that straw to hold up a floundering and incompetent weight:

Not only is the Cabinet split, but its members are actively fighting for control and briefing against each other, as Hammond also admits.

More than ever, there can be not the slightest thought on the part of any Labour MP of co-operating with the Tories to mitigate their Brexit debacle. Let them fight like cats in a sack, stinking of their own mess.

And do everything possible to put them – and more importantly us – out of their misery.

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8 responses to “Hammond admits Cabinet split and scrapping over #Brexit

  1. Sorry to go off topic Skwawkbox, but as the BBC seems obsessed about John McDonnell describing Grenfell as an example of social murder I just want to help get the line straight on this grave issue.

    The question is this: if a person possesses a gun and they randomly wave that gun out of a window without targeting it on anyone in particular and then pull the trigger and kill someday, is that murder?

    The answer is yes. Therefore the deaths caused at Grenfell are murder too.

    But Grenfell is even worse than the gun analogy, as it was murder motivated purely by profit.

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    • The question is this: if a person possesses a gun and they randomly wave that gun out of a window without targeting it on anyone in particular and then pull the trigger and kill someday, is that murder?

      The answer is yes.

      *Awaits ‘Mr Logic’ (AKA graham hindson) and his ‘rule of law’…

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      • you won’t have to wait long Toffee, poss first thing Monday when he’s back from his weekend in the sticks out hunting with the hounds old boy ! and then the usual bollocks will start again from tory HQ troll

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