Not for the first time, Theresa May’s words on Brexit are coming back to haunt her. The PM once famously said that no deal is better than a bad deal. But in the Commons just now, Labour MP Peter Kyle had this to say to the PM:
‘Isn’t it true that no Prime Minister is better than a bad Prime Minister?’
Mr S thinks that Kyle has a point. But given that the Labour MP is no fan of the party’s leader, does his logic also apply to the prospect of a Labour government under Jeremy Corbyn?