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Quitters: Both Theresa May and now Boris Johnson seem to have given up and let the EU have its way.

Apparently Boris Johnson and Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar have found a “pathway to a possible deal” after wandering the grounds of Thornton Manor in Cheshire.

After weeks with no movement, it’s an interesting change. But it has sparked speculation of a certain form.

My question is, how fast did Johnson cave in?

David Davis folded like a cocktail umbrella.

Theresa May, who said the naughtiest thing she ever did was run through a wheat field, crumbled like the chaff on a summer threshing-floor.

How long did it take the latest chump to throw in the towel?

Not long, I reckon.

And he came back to unrest among his own camp followers, if the rumours are to be believed.

We’re told Dominic Cummings has been working hard for a “no deal” Brexit, in which case he may well believe Mr Johnson has betrayed him.

As the Skwawkbox suggested, Mr Cummings may be finding out that “Johnson’s inability to follow a plan or a script applies just as much to him as to anyone”.

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