MPs may be taking a much-needed Easter break from the Brexit squabbling, but it looks like we are about to witness the beginnings of a resurrection that will change the political landscape.
If ever an example of how internationally embarrassing and politically absurd the conduct of Theresa May’s government has been in handling the Brexit negotiations it is the fact that the UK now faces holding elections for the European Union’s Parliament even though we still intend to leave.
The clock is ticking for more than just Brexit. The two main party leaders are now in a face-off over who emerges as saint or sinner.
It sometimes takes a personality outside of politics but with an informed and insightful view to raise an important issue so people sit up and take note.
Like a broken 24-hour clock that must be correct at least once a day the Prime Minister got one thing right when she addressed the nation.