Well as the mythical Irish Sea border with NI disappears

Well, while a light touch sea border with NI causes the ERG to have conniptions, a new border between Kent and the rest of England causes no worries.

What I do have to admire though is the sneaky way Gove has “warned” of transport chaos as if it had nothing to do with him and thus shifted the blame for any problems to the Industry. When the faeces hits the air moving device next year, Gove will be able to say “I told you so”. Stunning stuff.

There’s a real “blame the EU” campaign getting started - sadly a good portion of the UK population are sufficiently primed with anti-EU rhetoric and sufficiently stupid to swallow it hook, line and sinker.

Dead right, how’s this for disassembling…

"George Eustice, the UK’s environment secretary, on Tuesday appeared to shift the blame for any disruption in January onto Brussels, telling UK members of Parliament: “We [the UK] can do all the work in the world to make sure our borders are ready… But if when they [truckers] arrive at the other side it’s all a bit slipshod and disorganised and there’s therefore chaos because of failure of the EU to plan”