Dominic Raab currently serves as the first secretary of state and secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs.
When he was given his new role, the politician commented, “I'm hugely humbled to take on this role at this time and excited about the opportunities that lie ahead.” Those opportunities presumably including attempting to help come up with some way of exiting the European Union despite previously resigning as Brexit secretary.
And how is the politician with a black belt in karate (yes, really) getting on? Well, as foreign secretary, you'd assume he knew his geography.
I hadn’t quite understood the full extent of this, but if you look at the UK and look at how we trade in goods, we are particularly reliant on the Dover-Calais crossing.
It seems he is still making the kind of mistake a GCSE geographer would be ashamed of. A resurfaced video has now emerged of Raab confusing the Irish Sea (the clue is in the name since it separates Ireland and Great Britain) with the Red Sea.
Here is Dominic Raab our newly appointed Foreign Secretary, who didn’t realise we were separated from France by wat… https://t.co/saKupJWrkO