Theresa May is due to meet her "Brexit cabinet" - about a dozen of her most senior ministers - to discuss for the first time what the UK's future relationship with the EU should be.
Brilliant. So we've spent all this time not knowing what we want, how to get it or what to do with it. Now she's virtually surrendered to the EU, May et al are going to decide what they want, what they really, really want presumably.
Shouldn't this have been discussed and decided as soon as May became PM?