The Greater Manchester mayor then says he would support one if the alternative was a No Deal Brexit.
“There’s a huge amount of activity,” Heaton-Harris tells Sky News, rejecting Baker’s criticism.
The implication is that the Government would win more votes if it kept the ERG happy.
He argues for “a fundamental realignment of Government, Parliament and Civil Service.”
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“Yet again her Government has been defeated”.
And Chris Heaton-Harris brings his infamous Twitter humour to the despatch box with a joke about viagra.
The Brexit Secretary argues that “we should not give them that excuse not to engage”, and therefore should vote with the Government.
“If you’re dealing, effectively, with a negotiating partner who is now depending on threats, much better to face those threats down now, and confidently.”
The Labour leader leads with the collapse of the Government’s contract with Seaborne Freight.
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The former Foreign Secretary also insists that any time limit must end “substantially before the next general election”.
“I believe we can reach a deal that this House can support.”
“Our adversaries are increasingly using cyber-attacks, subversion, and information operations to challenge us and the rules-based international order.”
That’s the latest Government timetable for a significant say by the Commons on what happens next.
He claims that “I could repeat the mantra of what our policy is” over and over again.
Karin Kneissl seeks to soothes ruffled feelings by quoting Satre: “Hell is the other”