(Not quite the same thing as Reg's thread on the economic implications, hence a different thread.) I just wanted to express my gobsmackedness at David Davis's apparent complete lack of integrety and negotiating ability. A certain lack of integrity I have come to expect from politicians (sadly), but on the scale of such things he seems to have ambitions for some kind of prize. He seems to have comprehensively lied about impact assessments - and so far there seems to have been little comeback for such lies (a bit like the lies on the side of the bus, I suppose). He's said agreements made to progress talks are only statements of intent, and had to publically backtrack. He said the agreement about the Irish border was not legally binding and had to backtrack. I still have this faint (very, very faint) hope that he's been put there to make such a pigs ear of the whole thing that we end up staying in. A delusion, no doubt, but is he really the best person to be in charge if Brexit really does mean Brexit? But whether you are a Leaver or Remainer, is anyone happy with the standard of the UK's negotating team? Rant over, had to get that off my chest.