As observed by Sky News political correspondent Lewis Goodall on Twitter this morning, the Sunday Times contains a damning indictment of what passes for Theresa May’s ‘leadership’ over trade talks with the EU and what the eventual ‘end state’ might be:
So chaotic and divided is the government over its attempts to reach a deal that May daren’t even say what she thinks the ‘end state’ might be, in case it triggers a deeper split and one faction challenging her position.
That’s assuming, of course, that she even has a view, which is debatable.
Remember when Theresa May boasted how Britain needed her managing Brexit negotiations?
The Sunday Times article also exposes May’s paralysis concerning the accusations against right-hand-man Damian Green. She has received a report – but ‘has not resolved’ how to act.
In other words, she’s frozen by indecision.
Supposedly, the government launches its ‘industrial strategy’ tomorrow – but even May’s team thinks it’s dross.
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