Her told a meeting in 1994 that “it has recently been said that the option of leaving the Community [is] ‘unthinkable’. I believe this attitude is rather simplistic.”
The former Cabinet minister, who went to prison for perjury, explains why, as a prison chaplain, he is happier than he has ever been.
She replies: “I think you know the answer to that.”
The panel, comprising legally-trained Conservative and DUP MPs as well as outside experts, set out their full legal reasoning for rejecting the deal.
Which presumably means, since Dodds is one of the eight, that the DUP takes the same view.
“It’s not just the implementation period. It would be for the whole of the backstop, and that would potentially be unlimited.”
“In my personal opinion, Olly Robbins should go to the Tower, in which case he should arrive by river.”
We currently have it at 189 declared for May, versus the 31 publicly opposed, and 93 undeclared.
Europe has no Madisons to make the case for federalism, while the Leavers patronise us by pretending that leaving is without risk.
What counts most is opposition to a Bill or to parts of it. And most Tory criticisms of the EU Withdrawal Bill aren’t coming from the Brexiteers.
He wouldn’t have let Cash and Fox, Johnson and Rees-Mogg seize the agenda. He would have fought Farage’s populism as he fought that of Powell.
Those Remainer MPs who hope to continue the fight face particular difficulties.
He tells the Commons that if the House of Lords opposes Article 50 it would be committing “political suicide”.
Davis and Starmer said the EU referendum result must be respected, but Clarke upheld MPs’ right to defy it.
He takes two in five votes. Boris Johnson is second on 21 per cent.