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Tomorrow was going to be Brexit day. Leave voters were going to throw parties. The Royal Mint was going to produce a celebratory 50p coin. Peter Bone, the Tory MP for Wellingborough, was going to unveil a statue he’d commissioned of Theresa May – or, as he used to call her, “the Brexit Queen”.

Not any more. Instead of basking in the glow of triumph, the Prime Minister will spend tomorrow in the Commons, forlornly begging MPs once again to vote for her version of Brexit. While some Brexiteers have pledged reluctant support, Mark Francois (Con, Rayleigh & Wickford) may take a little more convincing. “I wouldn’t vote for it,” he told the BBC today, “if they put a shotgun in my mouth.”

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Tomorrow was going to be Brexit day. Leave voters were going to throw parties. The Royal Mint was going to produce a celebratory 50p coin. Peter Bone, the Tory MP for Wellingborough, was going to unveil a statue he’d commissioned of Theresa May – or, as he used to call her, “the Brexit Queen”.

Not any more. Instead of basking in the glow of triumph, the Prime Minister will spend tomorrow in the Commons, forlornly begging MPs once again to vote for her version of Brexit. While some Brexiteers have pledged reluctant support, Mark Francois (Con, Rayleigh & Wickford) may take a little more convincing. “I wouldn’t vote for it,” he told the BBC today, “if they put a shotgun in my mouth.”

We’ll put...

Tomorrow was going to be Brexit day. Leave voters were going to throw parties. The Royal Mint was going to produce a celebratory 50p coin. Peter Bone, the Tory MP for Wellingborough, was going to unveil a statue he’d commissioned of Theresa May – or, as he used to call her, “the Brexit Queen”.

Not any more. Instead of basking in the glow of triumph, the Prime Minister will spend tomorrow in the Commons, forlornly begging MPs once again to vote for her version of Brexit. While some Brexiteers have pledged reluctant support, Mark Francois (Con, Rayleigh & Wickford) may take a little more convincing. “I wouldn’t vote for it,” he told the BBC today, “if they put a shotgun in my mouth.”

We’ll put...

Tomorrow was going to be Brexit day. Leave voters were going to throw parties. The Royal Mint was going to produce a celebratory 50p coin. Peter Bone, the Tory MP for Wellingborough, was going to unveil a statue he’d commissioned of Theresa May – or, as he used to call her, “the Brexit Queen”.

Not any more. Instead of basking in the glow of triumph, the Prime Minister will spend tomorrow in the Commons, forlornly begging MPs once again to vote for her version of Brexit. While some Brexiteers have pledged reluctant support, Mark Francois (Con, Rayleigh & Wickford) may take a little more convincing. “I wouldn’t vote for it,” he told the BBC today, “if they put a shotgun in my mouth.”

We’ll put...