Cameron apparently told his aides he didn't see why he should hang around to clear up the mess he'd created- and if that's so I can't see why he's still in number 10. He's handed in his resignation- why doesn't he just go- and pass the job of governing Britain to someone who wants it?
Margaret Hodge has chosen this time-of all times- to try and provoke a vote of no confidence in Jermey Corbyn. So not only do we not have a properly engaged government, we don't have an opposition either.
Flippin' marvellous, innit! Do any of these people have the interests of the nation at heart?