The Lord Mayor of Sheffield is not impressed with how the government has been conducting Brexit negotiations.
In fact, 28-year-old Councillor Magid, the black, Muslim, former refugee Green party member - who took up office back in May with an eye for change - thinks it’s ‘shambolic'.
The Mayor travelled down from Sheffield to talk to indy100. With what has come to be known as his customary charm, Mayor Magid launched into a critique of Theresa May’s handling of Brexit following the referendum.
"The way the current government has been tackling Brexit has been quite shambolic if I’m being honest," he said, unusually solemn, respectful of the gravitas of the situation.
It wasn’t done openly and it’s a good example of the way the cabinet members were all kinds of leaving.
People just want an honest, fair way of going ahead with Brexit and I don’t think the current government is doing that.
In July, Theresa May suffered the loss of eight members of staff after they resigned over her Brexit plans.
Among them was former foreign secretary Boris Johnson and former secretary of state for exiting the European Union David Davis. Both were hard blows to the prime minister’s team, especially as the March deadline fast approaches.