It would be even more irresponsible than David Cameron putting an undefined “Leave the EU” option on the 2016 ballot paper.
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Perhaps, against all the odds, we will find a way of muddling through and preserve our broad church for a time after the era of Brexit has passed.
Plays can be a useful pressure valve, and help expose their audiences to other points of view.
Pandering to nationalist sentiments didn’t save his socialists from a crushing electoral defeat. He should return to his previous course.
Exclusive. Tory Association Chairmen protest against the “misuse of Party funds” on “propaganda campaign” backing the deal
ConservativeHome can reveal a letter signed by 32 senior activists, including the chairmen of key marginals and target seats across the country.
Interview. As May’s defeat looms, Johnson sketches a manifesto: “People want to see a bit of gumption and a bit of leadership”
He expects her plan to be voted down on Tuesday, calls for a renegotiation which she could not conceivably lead – and rules out Norway Plus.
Tom Tugendhat: Brexit can only work if we invest in it – streamlining ports, upgrading customs, readying systems, working with neighbours
We decided to leave the EU but have continued to behave as if we were still in. But preparing for the future means knowing where we are.
“The backstop would endure indefinitely, and it would tie us to the Customs Union with no escape.”
Has he considered sitting as a National Liberal? Or might he join Patrick O’Flynn in the SDP?
“My understanding is that the rest of the world trades on WTO rules with independent free trade agreements.”
The Chancellor also insists, having been involved in the process for more than two years, that there is no realistic prospect of renegotiation.
They can’t both be right – at least, not if an administration headed by the Prime Minister holds office. Could she please clear the matter up?
And No Deal is now activists’ most favoured option of all. Views are hardening as the endgame looms into sight.
WATCH: Harper – “If the backstop remains in the deal, the Prime Minister will not be able to get it through the House”
The former Chief Whip says that if the Prime Minister is defeated next week, she must return to the negotiating table.
In today’s Brexit debate, the former Universities Minister explains why he resigned and won’t be supporting May’s deal.