The Prime Minister's incredulous tone suggested she would not be following the president's advice.
The Prime Minister’s cherry-picking has alienated both the US and the EU – with nothing to show for it.
Theresa May’s deputy David Lidington helplessly pleaded for Labour to “get behind us”.
A softer Brexit is the UK’s only hope of securing agreement from the EU and parliament.
The forces pushing the UK towards a soft Brexit – the EU and parliament – would remain the same.
Once Britain triggered Article 50 it condemned itself to choose between variants of defeat.
Though the public, particularly the poor, rely on buses far more than trains, the subject rarely receives political attention.
Conservative prime minister Robert Peel put country before party by backing the abolition of punitive tariffs.
The Labour leader turned Boris Johnson’s words – “fuck business” – against the Conservatives.
Boris Johnson’s “fuck business” outburst and the non-existent “Brexit dividend” destroy any claim to credibility.
Even some Tory Leavers now concede that Britain will end up in an inferior position.