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As we march inevitably towards the meaningful vote on Theresa May’s deal, three things are clear. One is that the clock hasn’t been stopped. There is no formal talk of extending Article 50, or withdrawing the UK’s application to leave. 

The second is that nothing has changed. The excess of Christmas turkey has not led MPs to embrace Theresa May’s deal with New Year bonhomie. 

Third, the options have narrowed. Thankfully ‘Norway Plus’ – actually EU minus vassalage as it disastrously signs up to EU control with no say – has dropped off the radar. So the choice is now very clear: May’s Deal or No Deal.

All commentators conclude May’s Deal will fail, even if put 30 times, so No Deal, which Commons...

As we march inevitably towards the meaningful vote on Theresa May’s deal, three things are clear. One is that the clock hasn’t been stopped. There is no formal talk of extending Article 50, or withdrawing the UK’s application to leave. 

The second is that nothing has changed. The excess of Christmas turkey has not led MPs to embrace Theresa May’s deal with New Year bonhomie. 

Third, the options have narrowed. Thankfully ‘Norway Plus’ – actually EU minus vassalage as it disastrously signs up to EU control with no say – has dropped off the radar. So the choice is now very clear: May’s Deal or No Deal.

All commentators conclude May’s Deal will fail, even if put 30 times, so No Deal, which Commons...

As we march inevitably towards the meaningful vote on Theresa May’s deal, three things are clear. One is that the clock hasn’t been stopped. There is no formal talk of extending Article 50, or withdrawing the UK’s application to leave. 

The second is that nothing has changed. The excess of Christmas turkey has not led MPs to embrace Theresa May’s deal with New Year bonhomie. 

Third, the options have narrowed. Thankfully ‘Norway Plus’ – actually EU minus vassalage as it disastrously signs up to EU control with no say – has dropped off the radar. So the choice is now very clear: May’s Deal or No Deal.

All commentators conclude May’s Deal will fail, even if put 30 times, so No Deal, which Commons...

As we march inevitably towards the meaningful vote on Theresa May’s deal, three things are clear. One is that the clock hasn’t been stopped. There is no formal talk of extending Article 50, or withdrawing the UK’s application to leave. 

The second is that nothing has changed. The excess of Christmas turkey has not led MPs to embrace Theresa May’s deal with New Year bonhomie. 

Third, the options have narrowed. Thankfully ‘Norway Plus’ – actually EU minus vassalage as it disastrously signs up to EU control with no say – has dropped off the radar. So the choice is now very clear: May’s Deal or No Deal.

All commentators conclude May’s Deal will fail, even if put 30 times, so No Deal, which Commons...