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Theresa May has nowhere else to go; she is done

So now we have, as everyone knew who’d ever seen the EU operate before, the theatre. The late night flights across the Channel. The bleary-eyed midnight announcement. “It was tough, but we got there in the end. Obviously no-one got exactly what they wanted but we can make this work.” Blah blah blah blah blah.

And now MPs are supposed to vote, on a deal that determines whether our Union survives and whether we make our own laws for decades to come. This with just a few hours’ notice (although there are now rumours of a potential delay on the vote until tomorrow), with no practical chance to consider the deal’s implications, taking on trust the...

Theresa May has nowhere else to go; she is done

So now we have, as everyone knew who’d ever seen the EU operate before, the theatre. The late night flights across the Channel. The bleary-eyed midnight announcement. “It was tough, but we got there in the end. Obviously no-one got exactly what they wanted but we can make this work.” Blah blah blah blah blah.

And now MPs are supposed to vote, on a deal that determines whether our Union survives and whether we make our own laws for decades to come. This with just a few hours’ notice (although there are now rumours of a potential delay on the vote until tomorrow), with no practical chance to consider the deal’s implications, taking on trust the...

Theresa May has nowhere else to go; she is done

So now we have, as everyone knew who’d ever seen the EU operate before, the theatre. The late night flights across the Channel. The bleary-eyed midnight announcement. “It was tough, but we got there in the end. Obviously no-one got exactly what they wanted but we can make this work.” Blah blah blah blah blah.

And now MPs are supposed to vote, on a deal that determines whether our Union survives and whether we make our own laws for decades to come. This with just a few hours’ notice (although there are now rumours of a potential delay on the vote until tomorrow), with no practical chance to consider the deal’s implications, taking on trust the...

Theresa May has nowhere else to go; she is done

So now we have, as everyone knew who’d ever seen the EU operate before, the theatre. The late night flights across the Channel. The bleary-eyed midnight announcement. “It was tough, but we got there in the end. Obviously no-one got exactly what they wanted but we can make this work.” Blah blah blah blah blah.

And now MPs are supposed to vote, on a deal that determines whether our Union survives and whether we make our own laws for decades to come. This with just a few hours’ notice (although there are now rumours of a potential delay on the vote until tomorrow), with no practical chance to consider the deal’s implications, taking on trust the...