One of the main reasons the Tories won the 2019 General Election was their claim that they would " he had "Get Brexit" done and Boris Johnson saying that he had a"Oven Ready Brexit".
It saw not only thousands of former Ukip and Brexit Party members voting for the Conservative, but "Remain" supporters who had been worn down by months and months of the previous government of Theresa May failing to make progress and a feeling that it is time to get it over with.
It may wel lbe that even with the disclosure that Johnson did not realise that "Oven" ready still meant that you had to turn the bloody oven and cook it some who in their hearts still would like to rejoin the EU could still support the decision.
However I wonder when the true nature the new that the UK Government was set to table new legislation which could override key elements of the Withdrawal Agreement which sealed the UK’s departure from the bloc in January.
Boris Johnson has set a five-week deadline for free trade deal talks to reach an agreement or for both sides to accept no-deal when the current transition period ends at the close of the year.
The Prime Minister’s official spokesman said the Government was proposing “limited clarifications” to the law to ensure ministers can preserve the gains of the Good Friday Agreement in the event of no deal.
Plaid Cymru Westminster Leader Liz Saville Roberts MP says proposals that the UK Government could use the Internal Market Bill to try and undermine the EU Withdrawal Agreement are “as stupid as it is dangerous”.