Or: how May could seek to get a deal through the Commons with the support of Soft and Hard Brexiteers alike.
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Last week, I sowed wild bird seed mixtures so that, in the spring, some of our fields will be ablaze with nectar plants and buzzing with insects once more.
Iain Dale: Will May challenge her critics to put up or shut up – and herself get a confidence ballot staged?
Plus: John Lewis blames Brexit. Juncker gets a drink. BBC stasis at Question Time and PM. And: Trump can’t emote.
WATCH: Ici Londres – There’s no reason to believe that those who won’t accept one referendum will honour a second one
Consider, Hannan argues, the promises made by people like Clegg, Major and Ashdown during the last campaign.
Nick Boles: So you don’t like Chequers. In which case, you need a workable altenative. Here’s mine. What’s yours?
In the long-term, we should be pursuing a Canada-style free trade agreement. In the short, we should park ourselves in the EEA.
Pro-Brexit MPs weighed a no-confidence vote in Theresa May yesterday evening. But the essential case against one remains unchanged.
A rough guide to where some of the pro-Brexit players are on further proposals for Canada Plus Plus Plus – and No Deal.
Nicky Morgan: May’s coming conference speech. We must see the woman who danced in Africa – not the PMQs version
The Prime Minister should speak over the heads of Party members and the media to the people that she most identifies with: middle of the road voters.
I am excited by Britain’s post-Brexit prospects but will not stop caring about the EU when I close my Brussels office door for the last time in March.
We prefer Canada Plus Plus Plus. But a question could emerge over the next few months: is it a better option than an unmanageable No Deal – or even no Brexit at all?
Don Porter: There is a huge opportunity for the Conservative vote to sky-rocket if we stay true to the referendum result
Over third of Conservative Voice’s members are mulling voting UKIP next time in response to Chequers.
Daniel Hannan: It should be obvious, not controversial, to seek a deep friendship with our EU neighbours
In the third piece in our mini-series evaluating the EEA, our columnist wonders how both sides managed to become so hostile to moderate concepts.
The Prime Minister replies by contrasting her work on the negotiations to Corbyn’s internal battles over antisemitism.
Kathrine Kleveland: Here in Norway, we can do much better than the EEA. And so can you in Britain when you quit the EU.
In the second piece of our mini-series evaluating the EEA, the leader of the county’s No to EU movement says that the arrangement is entangling Norway in the Union.
Our Survey. May’s summer offensive makes no impact. Over two in three Party members continue to oppose the Chequers plan.
If anything, the figures have slightly worsened from Downing Street’s point of view. At any rate, there is a consistent pattern.