Welcome to this week’s edition of Just the Facts, in which I am happy to be your guide bringing you some little known snippets of information that you can delight family, friends and colleagues with, as long as they’re not too clever or inquisitive themselves of course.
This week, and following on from my Brexit explainer, I have sought to renegotiate the facts that I was originally intending to publish as true some time ago in the hope that I may actually publish some true ones by the time we have another vote on it.
- The UK Government yesterday voted against itself to allow an attempt to renegotiate an agreement that they had themselves successfully negotiated with the EU people they were negotiating with, but could not negotiate an agreement with their own party on the results of that negotiation, so the PM is heading back to the EU to try to negotiate the renegotiation of the negotiation in order that they can then renegotiate that negotiation to the satisfaction of Parliament.
- The EU aren’t interested in renegotiation.
Sorry, nobody knows anything beyond that and in fact the whole thing is still as mysterious as it was in 2016.
Come back next week to see if anybody knows anything at all then.