IDS Will Not Vote For May’s Deal

Lisa Nandy Will Not Vote For May’s Deal

Brokenshire: No Deal Preparations Continuing ‘At Pace’

“The Chancellor announced an extra £500 million in the Budget a few weeks ago, which takes our total commitment to no deal preparations since 2016 up to £4 billion, 106 technical notices that have already been published, and therefore how we will continue in parallel to continue that no deal preparations are maintained.”

Testy Exchange Between Marr and Shami

Awkward doesn’t begin to cover it…

Raab: I Still Support the Prime Minister

 

Raab: May’s Deal is Fatally Flawed

 

Sturgeon: Extend Article 50

May: There Is More Negotiation Taking Place

May: 48 Letters Have Not Been Reached

Corbyn: I Don’t Know How I’d Vote In A Second Referendum

Guido is pretty sure he knows how the lifelong Lexiteer would vote…

Corbyn Hasn’t Read The Draft Withdrawal Agreement

Guido readers can get one step ahead of the leader of the opposition by reading the draft agreement in full here

Corbyn: We Will Vote Against This Deal

Labour ‘Won’t Save the Government’ in Brexit Deal Vote

Emily Thornberry confirmed to Marr this morning that Labour is intent on voting down Theresa May’s Brexit deal, in the hope of forcing a general election. The clock is ticking, and as things stand the UK will automatically leave the EU in 138 days.

Army “Ready To Help” In Event of No Deal

Chief of Defence Staff General Sir Nick Carter revealed this morning that the Army has “not been asked to do anything specifically at this particular stage” by the Government in relation to Brexit contingency measures, but that if there isn’t a deal we stand ready to help in any way we can.”

Ellwood: Stop Speculating About May’s Brexit Deal

Griffith: Labour Should Consider Expelling Bastani

Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith called Bastani’s infamous comments about the Royal British Legion and the Poppy Appeal “an utter disgrace” and “grotesque”.

What is Labour’s Policy on Trident?

“We are absolutely committed to the Trident programme.”

“It doesn’t sound it…”

Tugendhat Would Consider Running For Leader

“I haven’t made any great secret of the fact that I would consider running for my party leadership at some point.”

Understatement of the day…

Arron Banks Would Remain in Hindsight

Arron Banks rounded off his stormy Marr interview by saying that he would favour the UK remaining in the EU in hindsight. Even if only just to have one more backhanded jab at Remainers…

Arron Banks on Marr in Full

Arron Banks’ much-debated appearance on the Andrew Marr Show ultimately generated far more heat than light, with the veteran broadcaster struggling to land a firm glove on a slippery Banks. Did anyone really learn anything new? Watch for yourself and see…[…] Read the rest

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Quote of the Day

Jacob Rees Mogg writes

“If I had to choose between no deal and Mrs May’s original accord, I would have no hesitation of opting for no-deal Brexit but even Mrs May’s deal would be better than not leaving at all.”

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