Whatever side you're on, Remain or Leave, the position that the UK appears to be in isn't good. Despite making some bold claims during the referendum campaign, the government that Prime Minister Theresa May is leading is finding it more difficult with each passing day to get a strong and stable deal for the UK.
The current Brexit discussions have reportedly reached a 'disturbing deadlock' according to the European Commission's chief negotiator Michael Barnier.
Politico says after five rounds of talks, there has been very little progress with the deadline for leaving looming every increasingly on the horizon.
But as government officials debate with their EU counterparts over specific and sometimes confusing angles, a Brit has emerged with a very simple perspective on the whole debacle: Liam Gallagher.
The former Oasis frontman has told NME: "I love Europe. I guess the borders have got to be tightened but all that stuff about going 'this is my country', I don't get that. We all live under one sky. I certainly don't sit there and go 'this is my fuckin' England, stay out', but I think we should definitely keep an eye on who's coming in and out of the country.
"That just makes common sense because you don't want a load of loony c**ts coming in. But good people should be allowed to move and groove wherever they want."
People on social media have praised Gallagher's sentiments for offering a hint of clarity in an otherwise murky situation. Some have even gone as far as suggesting he should become Prime Minister, or at least the lead Brexit negotiator.
Gallagher would already have a campaign slogan of 'Move and Groove', which has a better ring to it than 'Strong and Stable' or Labour's 'For the Many, not the few'.
But we probably won't be seeing him at 10 Downing Street any time soon as his view on politics is pretty brutal, telling NME: "You don't know who to trust. I just can't come to a conclusion without thinking they're all c**ts and I wouldn't fuckin' trust any of them as far as I could throw them. I find them all lying bastards."
Never say never though, if Donald Trump can become US President with no prior political experience then Liam could pull it off.
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