Quotes of the year

The New European - - Agenda - Boris John­son

There has been much joc­u­lar­ity around the term ‘Brexit means Brexit’ but it does mean Brexit

Theresa May

The Spice Girls had it right when they said: ‘stop right now thank you very much… We can stop be­ing ‘al­ways on the run’, look be­yond Brexit and pro­vide the ‘hu­man touch’ by fo­cus­ing on is­sues like hous­ing, ed­u­ca­tion, health and crime

David Davis

Any­one de­fend­ing the pro­posal we have just agreed will find it like try­ing to pol­ish a turd… Luck­ily, we have some ex­pert turd-pol­ish­ers in this gov­ern­ment

Boris John­son at Che­quers

May the PM live for­ever, amen, amen, hal­lelu­jah, hal­lelu­jah, amen

Ja­cob Rees-mogg

I am com­mit­ted to en­sur­ing, and the Prime Min­is­ter is com­mit­ted to en­sur­ing, that we do leave the EU on March 31

New Brexit sec­re­tary Stephen Bar­clay gets the date of Brexit wrong

We can’t stop it. The ref­er­en­dum took place. Ar­ti­cle 50 has been trig­gered. What we can do is recog­nise the rea­sons why peo­ple voted Leave

Jeremy Cor­byn, on Novem­ber 9

Brexit can be stopped

Keir Starmer, three days later

We will make sure there is ad­e­quate food sup­ply

Do­minic Raab

Does Brexit mean we won’t have any more trees?

Love Is­land con­tes­tant Hay­ley Hughes

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