This has been another tense, difficult and unpredictable week with Brexit yet again centre stage. A week of contradictions where the Prime Minister insisted that she was opposed to a confirmatory ballot of any deal, but felt it was acceptable to offer her resignation in return for Conservative Members who had twice voted down her deal now backing it.
The indicative ballots, which were deliberately designed to give an indication of what MPs had greatest support for returned clear indications in favour of, in this order, Membership of the customs union, confirmatory ballot, Labour’s alternative plan and revoking Article 50 to avoid No-deal.
On Thursday morning we were notified of a Friday sitting with the Governments motion coming in too late to include with this edition of TWIP. Tomorrow you were receive a second email confirming the results of the Ballot.
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