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There is a brand new word in town – 'BorExit', which relates to the exit of Boris Johnson from government.
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Hats off to the people involved in this tricky venture and our thoughts to the family and friends of the brave diver, Saman Gunan, who died while helping them.
So, we've had a 'DavExit', a 'StevExit' and now a 'BorExit'. The only thing we haven't had after all this time is any sign of a real Brexit, a proper Full Withdrawal of the UK from the EU a total 'FWUKEU'!
In fact I think it's more likely we'll have more 'Minexits' (that's my shorthand for ministerial exits) before long and indeed we might yet see a 'MayExit'! Or even a full on 'TorExit' followed by a 'LabEntry' – now there's a nightmare scenario for you, you can picture it now, 'King Corbyn and the Revenge of Abbott'.
And you have to wonder what else Theresa May needs to do to get 48 Tory MPs to call it a day and get a letter of no confidence in the PM into the 1922 committee chairman's safe!
And judging by the torrent of ill-feeling from Tory Party members towards their own party – and Mrs May in particular – on Twitter at the moment, You have to wonder how many of them are opting for a Tory Party 'MemExit' (that's Member Exit, just in case you haven't caught on yet).
And a snap survey of Conservative Party members two days ago on Conservative Home today, shows that three out of five party members believe that Theresa May's deal represents a bad deal for the UK and wouldn't support it.
And what an about turn on the Tory benches.
Suddenly those that were supporting Theresa May, fighting off the anti-Brexit rebels so helping to get the EU Withdrawal Bill through parliament, are now the enemy. While those like Soubry who were the rebels are now the self-proclaimed 'angels' who will be backing Theresa May.
As they say, a week is a long time in politics and we've ended up with the people who support the 48% running the show over those that support the 52%.
Theresa May could find she's used up a huge amount of personal political capital here, never to be recovered. She could find she's the next one thrown under the political bus.
But she's not the only one to suffer, Boris himself has lost support as well, with the Express reporting a poll of voters taken after the Chequers meeting showing that the former Foreign Secretary's leadership ranking had dropped to just 11 percent among voters, far below that of the top favourite, Sajid Javid on 62 percent. And those choosing a new leader will, of course, want a popular figure to front their party.
One funny thing, Theresa May opts for the softest of all Brexits, gets agreement from all the Remainers in her party and cooing sounds from Brussels – then launches into an increase in preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
Sounds a bit counter-intuitive to me – especially as the Remainers seem to love her proposals.
Could it be, that all this recent confusion has done, is throw up a far riskier plan than just opting for a no-deal exit in the first place?
And in response to all this uncertainty, the Labour Party deputy leader, Tom Watson, steps forward and says that if parliament cannot come to a decision on Brexit then a peoples' vote may become necessary.
Now if that doesn't add to the chaos then I don't know what would.
I'll tell you what they'd do – just ignore it for a second time and continue to work tirelessly behind the scenes to de-rail our exit from the EU.
But at least one Tory back-bencher has shown some round ones by taking quill in hand and writing an open letter of no confidence in the PM.
Andrew Bridgen, MP for North West Leicestershire, says in his missive:
"All we have asked from the Prime Minister is that she sticks to what she has promised on repeated occasions when she declared that "Brexit means Brexit and pledged to take back control of our money, borders and laws.
"But now it appears those promises are all a pretence and a charade intended to dupe the electorate, which is an insult to their intelligence.
"Therefore, in the interests of our country and the future of the Conservative Party, I feel the time has come for a new leader and so I am writing this letter to inform you that I have no confidence in the Prime Minister."
Now that's the sort of direct and decisive stuff we need from our Brexiteer MPs!
We need to see more of this to get a true Leaver into Number Ten.