That’s the latest Government timetable for a significant say by the Commons on what happens next.
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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”
The Health Secretary says he “emphatically” does not want No Deal, but it is “incumbent” on those who share that view to support a solution.
Ireland’s Deputy Prime Minister is blunt: “We have already agreed to a series of compromises.”
She insists to Marr that she is trying to deliver a “good deal”, not to disrupt Brexit.
WATCH: Corbyn – “We will table a motion of no-confidence in the government at a time of our choosing”
“But it’s going to be soon, don’t worry about that.”
The Brexit Secretary insists that when he previously said it would definitely happen, “that was the Government position at the time”.
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee has today issued a report which casts light on the question.
“You couldn’t get it in time before the 29 March, you’d be talking about extending Article 50.”
May dodges the inevitable question about how long she plans to stay on in Downing Street.
“Don’t let the search for the perfect become the enemy of the good”, she tells Marr.
Then again, she was scarcely likely to say otherwise with the debate poised to kick off in the Commons this week.
WATCH: Gwynne – Labour’s priority is to try to “force” the government to hold the meaningful vote “before Christmas”
…and therefore, not bringing a no confidence motion to the House.
“They’re not going to renegotiate the withdrawal agreement…but how do you operate it in a way that’s acceptable to both sides?”