JEREMY Corbyn’s mob of Brexit-wreckers believe they have cornered Boris Johnson after a week of Westminster carnage.
Many MPs think the Prime Minister has only two options if he refuses to ask the EU for an extension: break the law or resign.
The truth is he could do neither.
If Boris fails to appoint a new UK Commissioner to the EU, the whole process could grind to a halt as the clock ticks down to October 31.
This is the sort of political chaos Corbyn and his sabotaging cohorts have invited with their crazed refusal to allow a general election.
Some try to claim this is strategy rather than Labour running scared, but ask yourself this: if Jezza and co. believed they would win, would they still be delaying?
As our poll today shows, the public are fed up to the back teeth with it, and 82 per cent think parliament has become a laughing stock.
Boris has rightly staked his reputation on refusing another extension.
But the rebels think their new law on its own will force him to bend to their will.
They may be in for a nasty shock.
Foreign aid fiasco
THE heart-breaking devastation wreaked across the Bahamas by Hurricane Dorian demands a strong response.
So Britain’s decision to donate £1.5million to help the shattered country pick up the pieces is to be applauded.
Absurdly, however, bizarre rules mean that the cash cannot come out of the Government’s bloated foreign aid budget.
The Department for International Development is blocked from dipping into its £14billion pot for an actual deserving cause because the Bahamas is deemed too wealthy.
This is despite ministers lavishing aid on the booming economies of countries such as India, which has its own space programme.
Further millions of pounds of hard-pressed taxpayers’ money have been wasted on dodgy or corrupt “aid” projects around the globe.
Is it any wonder the public has lost faith in its politicians?
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Aye to Bercow exit
BIASED John Bercow has tirelessly worked with Remoaners to block Brexit.
The smug Speaker is now considering standing as an Independent MP at the next General Election if he is dropped by the Tories.
That would be the first independent thing he’s ever done in his life.
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