The news that the City of London is, apparently, to continue to enjoy free movement of people after Brexit when the rest of the country will not raises a range of thoughts and questions.
First, and glaringly obviously, how does David Davis know? He seems remarkably ill-informed on almost everything else to do with Brexit.
Second, why? Why this privilege for finance alone? Is he trying to confirm it has a rule apart? And why them? And please do not say it's tax revenue.
Third, is he trying to confirm that this is, indeed, a country where it is only money that really counts ? If so he could not do it better.
Let me be honest; I very much doubt that this is true. But if it is then it's another clear message that post-Brexit Britain will be the deeply divided country the government has always aspired to create.