If the Government thinks that we cannot have our Brexit cake and eat it, Ministers must be careful not to let expectations get out of hand.
Some might like to table amendments to instantly delete bad EU regulations. But that would be a gift to those who seek to disrupt Brexit.
Contrast with the fate of the Lib Dems: on the right our party system has done its job, but on the left it’s struggling.
The Shadow Cabinet remains silent on this inconvenient truth.
Labour and the Lib Dems are being propped up by a party of hate.
She rejects Farron’s plan for a second referendum.
Let the leftover Blairites retro-absorb the LibDems: there’s your centre-Left. Most of the rest of usare quite happy to be governed by the centre-Right Super Party.
Sebastian Payne visits the by-election front line to explore the depths of the Opposition’s crisis.
They take place three months from tomorrow – as will Birmingham’s mayoral election and that Surrey council tax referendum.
Lamb and Mulholland make principled, democratic arguments for not trying to stop negotiations, but what role did electoral survival play in their thinking?
Sturgeon and Farron are out to whip up grievances for party political purposes. And Corbyn doesn’t know what he wants.
Rather than accept reality, some are desperately seeking any chance to stay in the EU.
Out of the Single Market. Out, in effect, of the Customs Union. A Parliamentary vote – but on May’s terms, not Farron’s.
He says that ‘the people should have the say’.
A reminder that most constituencies are not Richmond Park, and most voters are not Continuity Remainers.