Trade deals in jeopardy
Finally, some honesty and realism from Theresa May's government, with her ministers admitting that almost sixty five existing trade deals with non-EU countries are now at risk because of Brexit.
This is in stark contrast to promises made by Liam Fox and other Leave campaigners who indicated that as soon as we had voted to leave, we'd have other trade agreements lined up straight away. In fact, it's far from it.
Reports suggest countries like and India may be open to trade agreements for more - wait for it - relaxed immigration rules, or even free movement!
Wonder how Brexiteers will feel about such a deal, though if it does go ahead at least it will give them other migrants, albeit not EU citizens, to blame traffic, queues, heck, maybe even the weather on!