At Prime Minister’s Questions, Philip Davies asked her about Corbyn’s policy of ruling out no-deal.
“You can’t vandalise your way to growth.”
The MP argues Westminster is viewed as an example to follow in many other countries.
The Shadow Chancellor believes that the House of Commons will force the Government to secure a deal.
“It’s a very simple thing: if economically it’s better to have to have an arrangement that works for our business and our economy then we’ll do it.”
The Transport Secretary assures viewers that “people will be able to carry on booking their holidays” after Brexit.
The former education secretary claims a “very senior Cabinet minister” has told her how appalled ‘she’ is at the infighting.
She claims that the Leave campaign exported its fake news style to support Donald Trump’s presidential run.
“What we want is Universal Credit which is simpler, more straightforward, and which makes sure that work always pays.”
“She has to come out next week…and assert her authority to stop people like Grant Shapps from organising these pathetic little lists.”
“It takes two to tangle – and you’ve got to be prepared for all eventualities. This planning goes on, and it’s right that it does.”
“I’ve got a job at the moment. I’m not looking past 2021. I’ve come a long way in Scotland…and I’ve got a long way to go.”
“A country that works for everyone” becomes “A country that works…or everyone”, as letters begin to fall off the slogan.
“Our economy is on track…it sounds as if my voice isn’t on track.”
He says it’s from Johnson. She replies she’ll give it to Corbyn.