Another Guardian satirist takes a pop at Swire’s PM choice (and Swire)

“Dominic Raab seems to have been disturbed during some policymaking again, leaving dogwalkers to find the remains of an idea to prorogue parliament so that no deal happens by default. On one level, this is the only policy position Dominic can adopt, having already resigned in protest at a deal he himself negotiated as Brexit secretary. However, Raab remains at large in this contest,

with people warned not simply to avoid approaching him – that is a given – but to stay away from anyone even backing him.

I mean, is he really going to drag the Queen into it? By it, I obviously mean a constitutional crisis, not his van.” ….