EU chief Ursula von der Leyen has finally admitted European leaders “goofed up” by driving Britain to leave.
The failed German defence minister turned Commission boss says it must fall to the next generation to “fix it” and get us to rejoin. Why? Fix what?
EU chief Ursula von der Leyen said the next generation of European leaders must ‘fix it’ and get Britain to rejoin[/caption]
The EU is crumbling — even its fabled open borders are closing.
Its economy is in the toilet and Germany, its one-time powerhouse, is fast becoming a high-polluting basketcase. Across the Continent voters are turning to the right, even the hard right.
While the Greeks moan about marbles, Spain is sniping about Gibraltar, again.
Meanwhile those plans for an EU, which Remainers told us were a myth, are gathering pace.
Is THIS what anti-Brexit fanatics still want to join?
Each day that passes it becomes clearer we got out just in time.
Rishi says Brexit is not in peril.
Yet — with David “Stronger In” Cameron back in the Foreign Office — the EU are suddenly making overtures about re-entry.
Just wait until Nigel Farage hears about this when he gets out of the jungle…
IS it any wonder the Home Office is such a circus, when you get to see the clowns running the show?
The department’s two top officials admitted to MPs yesterday they had no idea why 17,000 small-boat crossers have vanished from the system.
And they were equally clueless on how many migrants have been sent back home. On Rwanda, they were no better.
Even the left-wing Labour boss of the Home Affairs Select Committee, Dame Diana Johnson, snapped: “Do we have any figures about anything?”
Successive Tory Home Secretaries have run up against this useless “borders Blob”, only to be accused ofwhen they complain.
If the mandarins are this awful at a public hearing, can you imagine what they’re like behind closed doors?
WE don’t usually get po-faced about ministers using planes to get around, but do they really need THREE jets to lecture us at a climate-change summit?
The King, Rishi and Lord Cameron are all going to COP28, but each taking their own private plane.
As the annual gathering of hypocritical hand-wringing heads to Dubai this weekend, surely the queue for the runway was long enough already?
Only Claire Coutinho was canny enough to book herself on a commercial flight.Minister
Could Dave and Rishi not have shared a cabin?