Boris Johnson has somehow managed to bring a deal home from the EU summit in Brussels. As MPs make their conclusions and draw the battle lines leading up to Saturday's sitting of parliament, the fate of the deal still hangs in the balance. If one thing has been made abundantly clear over the last three years, it's that you can't please everybody in Westminster at the same time (not even a majority). The various potential types of Brexit
discussed, and at times voted on, in parliament have all been loudly rejected by MPs from one section or other. The same can be said for the British public, too.
As a new Ipsos MORI poll
shows, satisfaction with the approach to Brexit taken by party leaders is varied. Boris Johnson's handling of the situation has attracted the least ire, but he still comes out with a net dissatisfaction rate of -9 percent. On the opposite side of him in parliament, and on the opposite side of him on this scale, is Jeremy Corbyn. A large, yet surely unsurprising, 72 percent are dissatisfied with the Labour leader in this regard, leaving him with net rate of -57 percent.