In another complete turnaround in stated aims, Prime Minister, Theresa May, announced that she was now 'in favour' of a second Brexit referendum, and that it will be in January.
May, who doesn't seem to know which way to turn, what day of the week it is, or her arse from her elbow, made the announcement in the House of Commons this morning, to a mixture of groans and euphoric roars.
Only two days ago, she said that another vote on the issue would divide, rather than unite, the country, but she now seems to have had second thoughts.
The results of the second referendum will be interesting. If the country votes to leave the European Union again, there may be an uprising; if it votes to remain, there could be a revolution. There might even be a Civil War.
Isn't it exciting?