PITY bad David Lidington.
With Theresa May on choice arrangements in Ireland, in came her de facto emissary to titillate a Brexit he fervently campaigned to prevent.
The arch-Europhile sucked it adult and attempted to ridicule Labour over Sir Keir Starmer’s call to “explore” gripping giveaway movement.
He kicked behind calls to check Article 50.
And he even concluded with arch-Eurosceptic Andrew Bridgen that it would be totally wrong to have a second referendum.
But afterwards we’re removing used to politicians these days arguing for things they secretly have no enterprise to lift on with.
Over on Labour’s bench, Shadow Foreign Secretary and Remainer Emily Thornberry popped adult to titillate a Government to find a etiquette kinship with a EU.
But that was mostly that as ‘Lidders’ enjoyed highlighting Mr Corbyn’s gaffe final week when he against a Irish ‘backstop’.
Ms Thornberry during slightest began with a bit of her prevalent sass as she rose to a despatch box.
She remarked that Mr Lidington was mostly described as “effectively a Prime Minister’s deputy”.
Pausing for a drum hurl – she combined that we don’t mostly hear a difference “effective” and “prime minister” in a same sentence.
Speaker Bercow was celebrated shouting exuberantly in his chair.
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