SIR - This weekend the Cabinet meets at Chequers to attempt finally to agree what they want from a deal with the European Union after we leave. This is two years after the Referendum, during which there has been constant disagreement in the government and in the Tory party on this matter.

The government say they are carrying out the will of the people, but how can they know what that is? The difficulties they have encountered were not put to the people before the Referendum. Was there any public discussion of the Northern Ireland border, for example?

Did anybody vote for this chaos?

Don Edbury, Dorchester Crescent, Baildon