All he may have achieved is to make the No Deal that neither side of the negotiations wants marginally more likely.
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The idea that leaving the EU simply cannot be done has emerged since the referendum – if true, it would shatter our political system.
He teases Thornberry that perhaps when she voted for Article 50 to be triggered she was “present but not involved”.
WATCH: Tusk says there is “a special place in hell” for “those who promoted Brexit without even a sketch of a plan”
The President of the European Council appears to have been taking charm and diplomacy lessons from Andrew Adonis and AC Grayling.
Such deals can seem intangible and conceptual, so I and a team of experts are today launching a proposed agreement which both sides could accept.
Richard Graham: Brexit with Muskets – or, lessons from our past about the essential art of compromise
The execution of a king and establishment of a republic wasn’t planned at the start of the English Civil War. Beware the consequences of going to extremes.
The problem of Tory MPs who backed the Party’s pro-Brexit manifesto, voted for Article 50 and then for the EU Withdrawal Bill cannot simply be brushed aside.
The former Brexit Secretary warns of the danger that MPs will believe the Government has not even demanded the necessary concessions from Brussels.
Henry Newman: Beyond Malthouse. Which compromises would be feasible and acceptable to secure a deal?
It is still possible to find a landing zone that would be acceptable for the EU and to Eurosceptics.
“Some serious people from both sides came together in a good-hearted and civilised relationship, to try to find a way forward.”
The level of opposition is a shade higher than it was a fortnight ago.
It would be responsible for promoting the British brand right across the country – and there is a lot to promote.
However, he won’t say whether or not he would resign if the Prime Minister pursued that course.
We have received full details of the plan and offer it without comment for the interest of our readers.
Our party will not be able to speak for Britain as it really is, and as it will increasingly come to be, unless we make some efforts to reflect this in our membership.