Is the government’s appetite for no deal evidence of shambles and incompetence or is it a clever negotiating tactic that reveals a deeper plan?
In this line of argument, the government is so clueless that it might actually think no deal during a global pandemic is a good idea or at least not a really really bad idea.
As an unamuse bouche I refer you to describing no deal as an ‘Australian deal’ (shudder).
Even a one thousand tweet thread would not be sufficient but instead perhaps consider the following...
But perhaps I am wrong.
I often am.
Perhaps there is method in the madness and we have mistaken Hamlet for Falstaff.
Or is it the other way round?
I get so confused.
‘But I’m almost done, only another twenty or so tweets,’ I reply.
And you say, ‘Dear god have mercy not that you old fool, Why, why WHY would any government put its people through this terrible torture?’
To answer this question, we must delve deep into the realm of Quantum Brexitology, the most arcane of Brexit studies, until now privy only to a small group of Brexit boffins.
There is a much bigger fish to fry.
Either way, I leave you with this final optimistic thought.
Our best days are ahead of us.
A long way ahead.