There are four steps she must take, successfully and in short order, to be in with any chance of seeing it fly.
Nick de Bois: What my government experience taught me about No Deal – and why planning must be stepped up
I well remember the representations from Treasury and BEIS to focus on the risks and play down the opportunities.
Charging the same amount for different courses does not make sense. Fees should be slashed, but with the threshold for repayments lowered.
The plan is not perfect. It is a compromise. But as its popularity grows, it has attracted some unfair and inaccurate criticism.
Ultimately, it is economic growth not traditional aid which will support the growing populations of the developing world.
The Party has not yet cultivated a formal relationship with the Irish community in Britain and this is an opportunity to reach out to what can be a powerful network.
Its freedom to prosper, to make and judge its own laws, for its people ‘to take back control’ over how or by whom they are governed – all these will be lost for ever.
David Snoxell: The International Court of Justice may put more pressure on the UK over the Chagos Islands
The Government’s long rearguard defence of the British Indian Ocean Territory has reached a higher theatre than I ever expected.
When I tried to focus these concerns by calling for a vote to see if this deal did indeed have the agreement of Cabinet, opposition crumbled – and my colleagues fell silent.
It is an attractive destination, with a friendly population and a fascinating history, but it has been badly let down by officialdom.
Our plan is supported by remainers like me, by leavers such as David Davis and Dominic Raab and, crucially, by the DUP.
Does authority reside with Parliament or the People? And are MPs representatives or delegates? Both must be answered.
This is what we have been doing at the Dover front line – working hard on preparations for disruption. We are making sure that we stand ready.
Meanwhile, there is little common ground in which to find a solution which would satisfy many Remainers and Leavers simultaneously.
Chris White: A guide to what could happen in the Commons this week as tomorrow’s vote on May’s deal looms
I set out the various permutations – and translate what the amendments to the Government’s motion mean.