Back to Brexit. Theresa May, the new prime minister, travelled to Edinburgh today to meet with Nicola Sturgeon, first minister for Scotland. There will be no second referendum for Scottish independence, said the prime minister, and negotiations over Brexit will go ahead as planned with consideration given for Scotland's stance on the EU. Now that Ms. Sturgeon has been met and dealt with, the government can get in with the pressing issues of running the country and negotiating a fair deal over Britain's exit from the EU. Well done, Theresa May!