11 December – a deal is a deal, or isn’t a deal. Where’s Schrödinger when you need him?

How many David Davis’s are there? After all, you never seem to get the same answer from him if you ask him the same question more than once, so it stands to reason that there might be more than one. And how angry will one wing or other of the Conservative Party be when they find out what the actual answer is?

But enough of Brexit, it’s time for tonight’s musical interlude. We haven’t had any suggestions, so what have I got for you tonight?

Confusion seems to be the order of the day, so here’s something from the Beatles…

Enjoy, and I’ll see you next week…

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6 Comments

  • When I think of the situation we are in this song springs to mind

  • I suppose it is politicians’ idea of negotiating. It is full of bluster, untruths or half-truths and poor memories. It is very outcome based so process takes a back seat. Anything goes. All very frustrating for logically based minds. Still, I’m becoming more optimistic for Britain if not the Liberal Democrats.

  • David Evershed 12th Dec '17 - 3:32pm

    Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed.

    At the interim point of negotiations not everything is agreed – thus nothing is agreed.

    Simples.

  • David Evershed 12th Dec '17 - 3:54pm

    For a musical interlude how about Should I Stay or Should I Go by The Clash.

  • Every time a ‘statement’ is made I remember ‘The Eagles’….

    You can’t hide your lyin’ eyes
    And your smile is a thin disguise
    I thought by now you’d realize
    There ain’t no way to hide your lyin eyes…

  • Peter Martin 13th Dec '17 - 8:18am

    A “pointless” type question for you. These are words for ‘Goodbye’ in ten languages.

    Can you name the most obscure?

    arrivederci
    au revoir
    auf Wiedersehen
    adiós
    selamat tinggal
    tot ziens
    adeus
    dovidenia
    bay-bay
    la revedere

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