We must follow the example of Beveridge, Butler and Willink.
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Provision for No Deal is in the Conservative manifesto. A vote against it would thus be one of confidence.
It follows that any Tory MP voting with Corbyn would thus be deprived of the whip, and ineligible to stand as a Party candidate in any election that followed.
The President himself hasn’t set out what he would like to happen next, and has provided no detailed plan for what would replace the current agreement.
Party members should elect our next Chairman and other key figures. Through this process, we will be able to identify talented candidates and platforms.
The Shadow Chancellor believes that the House of Commons will force the Government to secure a deal.
“It’s a very simple thing: if economically it’s better to have to have an arrangement that works for our business and our economy then we’ll do it.”
The Transport Secretary assures viewers that “people will be able to carry on booking their holidays” after Brexit.
Though if May moves Philip Hammond, or seeks to, she is also likely to move Boris Johnson, or try to.
It would be the easiest, least disruptive, and most productive way for this country to genuinely leave the EU until we have a bespoke UK-EU deal.
It would be prudent for that to become the presumption. Even if we do end up with a deal, infrastructure improvements will be welcome.
Why wouldn’t we want to have world class customs systems, cutting edge digital border controls and resilient road infrastructure?
The truth is that any money committed now will return multiples of cost in a reduced price for an agreement with the EU.
What about those who worship different gods, those who delight in civil rights movements, those mothers who want to go out to work?
James Elles: Oblivious to detail. Arrogant. Rash. Fearful of conflict. How Cameron wrecked Britain’s European dream.
I believe that there will be a growing clamour for any deal to be put by referendum to the British people before the final decision is taken.
By raising the possibility that EU law could retain its power after March 2019, the Prime Minister risks inflaming the concerns of Leavers.