This probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise, given the relative lack of concern about a no-deal Brexit evinced by our panellists.

However, others may also take the view that the crucial decision point has not yet arrived and that the Government could yet get the Withdrawal Agreement (and the necessary legislation) through Parliament in time.

Either way, speculation is building that May may fold on extension if the Commons pushes for it.

This finding is a reminder that doing so would come with a cost as far as Party members are concerned, especially since it would be claimed, perhaps correctly, that extension was paving the way to revocation.