Our anxious nation wants the humiliation to end. But how?
During an entertaining interview with the BBC’s former political editor Nick Robinson, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox was asked to recite the beginning of a T.S. Elliot poem. Without warning he delivered it with almost perfect precision. Being one to pride himself on poetry, not to mention attention to detail, Cox was slightly dismayed at letting one or two words slip. ‘I’m increasingly fatigued by the stresses and the pressures of this role’, he said to Robinson.