She blames “MPs” and “politicians” for the current impasse as though she were not one herself – which of course she is.
40 opposition MPs stand in their places in order for it to take place. The Speaker rules it must happen now.
“The question remains open as to the duration of such an extension,” he says.
“We should look again at being able to leave with a negotiated deal, but in order to do that we need time…”
The EU’s Chief Negotiator says that extension on its own won’t work: May needs a plan.
“It’s a very impressive hat that you are wearing, or a hat of sorts. Very well done.”
“This ruling should not be regarded as my last word on the subject,” Bercow added.
But the Chancellor suggests that there will be more money for Northern Ireland and other places in the Spending Review.
He did consider standing as an independent next time round, but “there’s a leadership election coming up.”
“I love the way he puts that…It’s very nice.” The Labour leader responds to Peter Kyle’s claim that he has moved on the issue.
“It would be difficult to justify having a vote if you thought you would lose it”, the International Trade Secretary says.
He would accept a “short technical extension”, “but if we don’t have a deal then we should leave with No Deal”.
The Shadow Brexit Secretary twists and turns as he seeks to justify not voting today in favour of part of his own party’s policy.
He and other pro-Soft Brexit or Remain Ministers have long been pushing for some variant of this move.
“I think we will stay right in our land,” the President says, changing the subject as quickly as possible.