Today in the News:
Jo Johnson has quit as transport minister and called for the public to have a fresh say on Brexit.
The MP, who is Boris Johnson's brother, said the withdrawal deal currently being negotiated with the European Union "will be a terrible mistake".
Arguing Britain was "on the brink of the greatest crisis" since World War Two, he said what was on offer wasn't "anything like what was promised".
Downing Street thanked him for his work but ruled out another referendum, because Brexit is the will of the Tory cabinet, and the people can go suffer the consequences.
Jo Johnson very sensibly voted to remain in the EU in the 2016 referendum while his mad brother Boris, who quit as foreign secretary in July, is a leading Brexiteer.
But in a warning to his brother and other bonkers Brexiteers, he added: "Inflicting such serious economic and political harm on the country will leave an indelible impression of incompetence in the minds of the public".
The "democratic thing to do is to give the public the final say", he argued.