Steve Barclay: ‘Indicative Votes’ Would Not Be Binding

IDS: This Is a ‘National Humiliation’

IDS ‘Keeping Options Open’ on MV3

“I am going to keep, and I recommend my colleagues keep, their options open on this, because we don’t know what’s going to happen this week. We don’t know what the alternatives are and whether we vote for this or not depends hugely on whether we are able to leave with no deal or not.”

Guido agrees.

Hammond: Second Referendum Should Be Considered

Chancellor Phil Hammond telling Sophy Ridge that a second referendum “deserves to be considered” gives you a clue as to why Treasury no deal planning has been such a pathetic exercise in foot dragging.

Hammond: ‘Physically Impossible’ to Leave on March 29th

The veiled threats from tin-eared Hammond this morning are not going down at all well with Brexiteers. Putting one of the least-trusted Remainer Cabinet ministers out on broadcast just before a crucial vote is hardly the best way to rally support for it…

Hammond: “I Don’t Think” I Told Anyone I Was Going to Abstain

Worst non-denial ever…

Hammond Refuses to Rule Out More Cash For DUP Support

Hammond repeatedly refuses to rule out the DUP “delivering again” for Northern Ireland. Of course the cash will be going to Northern Ireland itself, not the DUP. Not that it will stop metropolitan elite commentators from sneering at one of the UK’s most underinvested regions getting a boost…

Boles: Defecting to TIG Without By-Election Would be “Ratting” on my Constituents

Nick Boles refreshingly upfront after his decision to quit his local Conservative Association yesterday. Not that the other TIGgers had any such concerns…

Corbyn Would Vote Leave in Second Referendum “If We’ve Got a Good Deal”

This will go down well with his Europhile base…

Corbyn Can’t Say He’s ‘Enthusiastic’ About a Second Referendum

Corbyn dancing on the head of a pin to avoid saying he’s enthusiastic about having a second referendum…

Fox: Country Has Brexit Fatigue

Fox has a point, the direction in opinion polls is not encouraging for Brexiteers…

McVey: Rules Have Changed, It’s This Deal or No Brexit

Esther McVey, who resigned from the cabinet in protest at Theresa May’s Brexit deal, has said she will now “hold her nose” and back the deal in the third ‘Meaningful Vote’ this week because “the rules have all changed”.

Hunt: Brexit Not Happening Would Be Devastating For the Tories

McDonnell: EU Could Offer a Three Month Article 50 Extension

Davis: Remain Cabinet Ministers Are Undermining Negotiation

Hancock Avoids ‘Do You Want To Be PM’ Question

Sarah Brown on Life in Number 10

Hancock: NHS Must Play its Role in Tackling Knife Crime

Starmer: I Would Vote Remain In Our Second Referendum

Starmer: Three Month Article 50 Extension Is “Doable”


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