Losing track of what the various players in the ongoing constitutional crisis believe? Sick of politicians flip-flopping? Starting, frankly, to get tired of the whole thing?
At today’s PMQs, David Cameron looked equally rattled – but he managed to make one thing clear. After Jeremy Corbyn made a reference to Cameron’s imminent departure from the top post, the Prime Minister replied by saying the Labour leader should also stand down.
“It might be in my party’s interest for him to sit there,” Cameron said. “It’s not in the national interest. I would say: for heaven’s sake, man, go!”
Watch the clip below: