Well, it's been relatively quiet on the post Brexit front, with people priming themselves for position. In the blue corner, Boris, Theresa May, Stephen Crabbe, Liam Fox and Jeremy Hunt are jostling each other - meanwhile, in the red corner, Corbyn is hanging on with his teeth, closely harranged for other party members up for his job. Former shadow minister and new possible contender Angela Eagle is keen as mustard, with possibilities of Andy Burnham and Yvette Cooper in the wings. Not sure re Diane Abbott, but I am sure we will be informed as soon as the rest of the cabinet quit.
Least said about Farage and his embarressing rant at yesterday's EU meeting, the better.
Far happier news this afternoon - New Zealand have offered the UK its top trade negotiators to help seal new trades across the globe. An excellent start, something hopeful to cling onto in these dark times.