As conference season starts in Britain, Brexit will be a key talking point for all parties.
There was a slight summer lull, after the Chequers agreement was reached among the Conservatives and Boris Johnson and David Davis resigned.
When there was no heave against Theresa May, Brexit talks died down slightly but now it is back in full swing.
I haven’t written as much on Brexit because there are a thousand different views and writers out there, while I still believe no one truly knows where Brexit is heading.
It will be interested to see whether Theresa May can finally unite her party on Chequers at the Conservative’s conference and equally whether Labour ends up backing a second referendum aka a “People’s Vote”.
Chequers versus a People’s Vote would at least add clarity to the situation but unfortunately it looks like neither would have the backing of parliament.
For now, I will simply monitor and try and understand what the ultimate intentions of all the stakeholders are and how their red lines have changed since I wrote this…