Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May chairing a key cabinet meeting at Chequers to decide the UK’s Brexit strategy

Sir Craig Oliver, David Cameron’s former communications chief, has been spinning for his old boss again today, saying that some of the claims made about what happened at Cameron’s meeting with Boris Johnson last night (see 10.01am) were totally wrong.

Claims that @David_Cameron thinks @theresa_may’s position is the “worst of both worlds” are wrong. He has always understood compromise will be necessary. It’s also wrong to claim he sees himself as “the father of Brexit”. Why would that be true when he fought it tooth and nail?

<

p class=”block-time published-time”>

The BBC’s Laura Kuennsberg has found a mischievous way to while away the time at Chequers …

Can’t help myself #fieldofwheatchequers pic.twitter.com/ofrGg6fepG

Continue reading…

Read More EU says it won’t let UK damage single market as cabinet debates May’s Brexit plan at Chequers – Politics live

Facebook Comments