In a break from my usual transmission my current life in the USA is pretty much defined by trying to explain what just happened in Britain. I really can’t, except to say that Cassandra like I was quiety muttering Boaty Mcboatface for many weeks before the Brexit. So instead I’m going to point you to my favourite blog on the internet, because when it comes to things like this nobody does it better.
What’s going on with Brexit, you ask? It’s been strange over here, and it’s getting stranger.
First the prime minister set up a referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union. Why? Because he wanted to shut up the anti-EU wing of his party, the Conservatives. Clever move, Dave.
Then the whole thing went wrong, the Conservative Party dissolved into an internal arm wrestling match, and the country voted to leave the EU. Clever Dave announced that he’ll resign as soon as someone in his party wins the arm-wrestling match, which is now about who gets to replace him.
Then the MPs who belong to the Labour Party, who you’d think would be out celebrating the Conservative-on-Conservative war, called for a vote of no confidence in their own leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who they’ve hated from the time he…
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