The absurdities continue, the FT on tempers and recriminations:
'In the aftermath, Nick Boles, a former Conservative minister who narrowly failed in a push to keep the UK in the single market and a customs union with the EU, dramatically resigned from the party.
“I have failed chiefly because my party refuses to compromise. I regret therefore to announce that I can no longer sit for this party,” he told the Commons.
Meanwhile, Ken Clarke, the former Conservative chancellor, blamed supporters of a second referendum for scuppering his own attempt to keep the UK in a customs union, which was defeated by just three votes. Another round of the so-called indicative votes is scheduled for Wednesday, giving MPs possibly a final chance to take control of the process.'
Read the article here.
The final chance to control the process? Nobody wants to control this process. This is not suicide by cop, this is suicide by something rotten in the democracy.