Yesterday we heard Brexit secretary Davis stating that nothing much has changed in the governments Brexit plan (Brexit plan...?) as he started the opening negotiations.
Today we have Chancellor Hammond and the Governor of the Bank of England saying that business must come first at the expense of immigration and other EU access compromises, backed up by some big voices in the motor industry.
It looks like two distinct camps are setting out their plans (apparent Brexit plans) for the future. May, may not make it past Junes's heat at this rate of separation of views
Yours, as sceptical as ever, Mr Doom & Gloom (according to some) of Tunbridge Wells...
Tomorrow is their big day and still do not have an agreement with the DUP. What a shambles. You might have expected this from Jeremy Corbyn a few years ago but you would not expect it from the tory party.
Is there really a DUP agreement almost ready? I get the impression that they have only agreed enough to pass a Queens speech, that could result in a full election within days if they fail to announce anything.