Unlike the old bulldog, Johnson lacks teeth
As the British parliament finishes for the summer and Boris Johnson exits with a whimper, what is happening to Brexit?
The British parliamentary custom of affording ministers who have resigned from government the opportunity to make a statement in the House of Commons is a good one. More often than not it adds to our knowledge of the issue that caused the resignation. Usually these issues are not trivial and people can make up their own minds concerning whether the statement is simply settling old scores.
Up there with the best are the powerful resignation...
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