Political Talk -- READ -- "The first tragic casualty of Brexit: MPs’ skiing holidays" from The Telegraph

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Okay, time for a few sentences of honesty. I'm not all that familiar with the ins and outs of Brexit or any of the issues that go with it. I spend most of my political coversation and debate time with the issues we have here in the U.S. Having said that, I will always try to keep the political talk to a minimum here on Ski Rex and only bring it up when it politics really applies to the ski world.

However, when I saw that headline, I couldn't help but take a look at it. The article, written by Michael Deacon (@MichaelPDeacon) and posted on U.K. media outlet The Telegraph , talks about how the mid-February recess for Parliament would have to be canceled. I'd like to tell you more about it, but the article can only be read in full by those who have registered at the website. The headline itself, however, does give enough information that one can guess how it ends.

If the headline made you chuckle, that's good. It made me chuckle, too. In any case, take a look at the link below if you would like to know more. I'm sure we can all sympathize with the U.K. politicians about their canceled ski holiday plans. But then, do we sympathize with our own politicians when stuff like this happens?

The first tragic casualty of Brexit: MPs' skiing holidays

Fast-moving business, politics. This morning, a mere 36 hours after he voted against delaying Brexit, Jeremy Hunt told Radio 4 that it may be necessary to delay Brexit. But then in the Commons just two hours later, Andrea Leadsom said that it wouldn't.


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