It would bring with it many compensations, including regulatory freedom, tariff income and £39 billion of cold, hard cash.
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The Prime Minister pleads for support – and says that Cox will be making a major speech on the backstop this week.
Fabio Conti: A plea for Conservative unity in these fractious times – and how we must plan for the challenges of the future
It is rarely Brexit that people raise on the doorstep. It is concerns about the NHS; their local school; the difficulties faced by social care, or the rise in violent crime.
Perhaps we will find out today why Downing Street and the whips stuck with a motion that risked revolt by ERG members and second referendum backers alike.
May’s new Brexit hell. An alliance of hard and soft Brexiteers humiliates her. And any sense of progress is lost.
Her motion is defeated. Will the EU now abandon her, and egg on Letwin and his supporters to try to take formal control of the negotiation?
A mass of ERG and other hard Brexiteers band together with a liberal sprinkling of Remainers.
Robbins’ overheard conversation has further eroded faith in his boss – and the ERG is itself divided over whether changes to the backstop would themselves be enough.
Is the Treasury up for funding and voters up for supporting the ideas he sketched out ealier this week?
Rather than collude with MPs to take power out of May’s hands, it is colluding with her in keeping it there – presumably with the aim of a last-minute backstop offer.
Nicky Morgan: Country before Party? It’s a false choice. The country needs the governing party to deliver on Brexit.
The best outcome is for the Government and its partners to deliver the majority verdict of the referendum and of the last election.
At the moment, there are many areas where farmers cannot use new technologies. These will increasingly feed not only our consumers but also the world’s poorest ones.
Most of the people in most of our groups – Remain and Leave, Conservative and Labour – thought we would end up leaving with some sort of deal.
That’s the latest Government timetable for a significant say by the Commons on what happens next.
He claims that “I could repeat the mantra of what our policy is” over and over again.
Karin Kneissl seeks to soothes ruffled feelings by quoting Satre: “Hell is the other”