For all his reverses in the Commons and the courts, the Bill on his deal has gained Second Reading, the Queen’s Speech has passed – and Corbyn is under pressure.
ConservativeHome is very dubious that, assuming a poll is deliverable, the Party can win a healthy majority without already having delivered Brexit.
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He increased the pressure on Labour to facilitate a Brexit deal by reminding everyone that he is a formidable electioneer.
This is Ireland’s deal as much as the UK’s. So the Taoiseach has an interest in assisting the Prime Minister over extension.
The Prime Minister, though brought to a standstill by the loss of the second vote, continues to convey a sense of direction.
The Prime Minister made it as easy as he could for Labour MPs to support the Bill, and the Leader of the Opposition did not make it very hard.
If MPs carry on delaying Brexit, they risk the most savage ravaging of their reputation since the expenses scandal
It is time for the Commons to stop telling us what it’s against and to show what it’s for, which ought to be: this deal.
In the wake of Johnson’s deal, the Government must balance its plan for Northern Ireland with strengthening “our precious Union” – all four parts of it.
They are misjudging the mood by applying threadbare tactics that worked against Theresa May to Boris Johnson.
May gave Johnson her full backing, and so, after the vote, did Letwin.
Clarke, Philip Hammond, Gauke and four others from among the whipless 21 voted with Letwin.
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He presented a clear choice between his deal and the people’s wrath.
Let the Prime Minister himself have the last word: “The people who bet against Britain are going to lose their shirts.”
You don’t really get closer to unanimous than this in our surveys of Conservative Party members.
Fleet Street’s reaction will please Downing Street.