The Sun are at a bit of a dead end. They keep ranting about traitors and betrayal but at the same time they don't like May's deal, are scared of a No Deal despite previously championing it and the only suggestion they can make is for May to go back to the EU for concessions even though the EU have said they won't be renegotiating anything.
THE SUN SAYS Europhile Tories’ Brexit games must stop or hapless extremist Jeremy Corbyn will end up in No10
REMAINER plotters just won’t stop.
First they toadied up to preening Speaker John Bercow to try to block a No Deal Brexit. Now they want to cripple the Government entirely in a bid to secure a second referendum.
Their outrageous plan to seize control of all Commons business would be nothing short of a coup.
No wonder Theresa May admits the rebels are closer than ever to stopping Brexit entirely as her deal flounders.
It’s time for the PM to listen to the Tory big beasts urging her to return to Brussels this week and make it clear Britain is ready to leave without a deal.
The plan has the support of her DUP allies, and could be her last chance to rescue her divided Government.
Because if the Conservatives don’t pull together, they risk the biggest disaster of all — a Jeremy Corbyn government.
The cynical Marxist will do anything to get power — even though he STILL can’t tell us what his Brexit policy is.
Yesterday Corbyn refused five times to say whether or not Labour actually wants to leave the EU at all.
If Europhile Tories don’t stop their game-playing NOW, they’ll hand this hapless extremist the keys to No10.
The anti Nanny State Sun have discovered that you can buy drones from a petrol station near to Heathrow so are now calling for a ban on the sale of them:
IT beggars belief that the authorities still don’t know how to stop future drone attacks after the Gatwick debacle.
Chris Grayling, the bungling Transport Secretary, claims Britain is a pioneer in the field — yet at the same time admits the technology needed to deal with the problem simply doesn’t exist.
Surely the least they can do is crack down on the sale of drones in shops right next to airports.
We can’t risk Britain grinding to a halt every time an idiot with a fancy toy decides to make mischief.