Some members are more in the club than others.
It seems as if Britain doesn't really know what it wants to get out of the Brexit deal.
After all the election hullabaloo, the real concern is that Britain is just as divided as ever over Brexit.
President-elect may well have two ladies to back, guide and support him – if as yet no parliamentary representation.
Hopefully we can avoid nuclear war this week
"We became truly independent, no longer a colonial economy and more inclined to shake off the emotional and cultural vestiges of the colonial relationship."
Who or what is Cheollima Civil Defense?
China will take a strong interest in the fate of Kim Jong-nam
The countries "banned" by President Trump cannot or do not cooperate with US vetting and intelligence services
Trump has been hoist with his own petard.
The clock is ticking and Mr and Mrs Trump should not be measuring the White House curtains just yet.
The Government should not use the Crown's prerogative in the manner they have done and should present to Parliament their proposals for leaving the EU.
The Conservative majority was slashed by nearly 20,000 votes
There's still lots of life in Labour, and it is working, but only in part.
At least six countries in the EU have issues with parts of the Agreement and might delay, if not block ratification. Brexiteers be warned.
Ms Sturgeon should give Brexit a rest, resist populist legislation and help Scotland's flattened economy
Brexit has highlighted a real and maybe widening divide between Scotland and England in a way that the Referendum on Scottish Independence did not.
Mr Gove's deliberate hard line position could potentially isolate Britain from its biggest market.
Labour may still be dominant in Wales but the times when some constituencies weren't even contested are now in the very distant past.
Labour of all the parties in Scotland, will have to take a long, hard look to determine just where in the political spectrum it wishes to be.
The motive to join Europe was purely economic but one has to ask whether any politician had bothered to read the clauses on "ever closer integration"
Energy pricing and climate change policy may have to be revised if Britain is to have a long-term and viable steel industry.
Even allotting 100 per cent of oil and gas revenues to the Scottish exchequer would not eliminate what has become Scotland's annual Budget Deficit.
Alec Salmond gave a commitment that the 2007 freeze would be extended throughout the life of the 2011 Scottish Parliament
Between 1987, when Ben Ali inherited a somewhat broken economy and 2007, Tunisia's growth averaged about five per cent annually.
In a letter marked "MOST URGENT" to the United Nations in New York on 24 November, Turkey claimed that it did not know the nationality of the downed SU-24M.
A big company trying to stave off future competition by killing off its rival before it has even finished construction of its factory is not unheard of, if a little drastic.
That loss was about half of all the steel produced in the UK for 2014.
Few can claim there was much of credibility during Corbyn's first week as leader of the opposition.
"I looked for soul-searching, for penitence, for a sign that the lessons of defeat had been taken to heart...This would have been a good day for the Japanese press to begin telling the people the real and complete story of the war and defeat"