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On the face of it, Saturday should have been an utter humiliation for Boris Johnson: the Prime Minister who said he would prefer to be "dead in a ditch" than obey the "Surrender Bill" by asking EU leaders to delay Brexit did exactly that.

But Mr Johnson can credibly argue that he would not have done it if Parliament had not tied his hands so eagerly. There has been little Remainer MPs have not been able to get away with under the watch of John Bercow in their efforts to derail, drag down and delay whatever the Prime Minister wants to do. 

The Benn Act was only pushed through at breakneck speech by MPs with the blessing of Mr Bercow. Just as the PM hoped to get around the legal requirement to...

On the face of it, Saturday should have been an utter humiliation for Boris Johnson: the Prime Minister who said he would prefer to be "dead in a ditch" than obey the "Surrender Bill" by asking EU leaders to delay Brexit did exactly that.

But Mr Johnson can credibly argue that he would not have done it if Parliament had not tied his hands so eagerly. There has been little Remainer MPs have not been able to get away with under the watch of John Bercow in their efforts to derail, drag down and delay whatever the Prime Minister wants to do. 

The Benn Act was only pushed through at breakneck speech by MPs with the blessing of Mr Bercow. Just as the PM hoped to get around the legal requirement to...

On the face of it, Saturday should have been an utter humiliation for Boris Johnson: the Prime Minister who said he would prefer to be "dead in a ditch" than obey the "Surrender Bill" by asking EU leaders to delay Brexit did exactly that.

But Mr Johnson can credibly argue that he would not have done it if Parliament had not tied his hands so eagerly. There has been little Remainer MPs have not been able to get away with under the watch of John Bercow in their efforts to derail, drag down and delay whatever the Prime Minister wants to do. 

The Benn Act was only pushed through at breakneck speech by MPs with the blessing of Mr Bercow. Just as the PM hoped to get around the legal requirement to...

On the face of it, Saturday should have been an utter humiliation for Boris Johnson: the Prime Minister who said he would prefer to be "dead in a ditch" than obey the "Surrender Bill" by asking EU leaders to delay Brexit did exactly that.

But Mr Johnson can credibly argue that he would not have done it if Parliament had not tied his hands so eagerly. There has been little Remainer MPs have not been able to get away with under the watch of John Bercow in their efforts to derail, drag down and delay whatever the Prime Minister wants to do. 

The Benn Act was only pushed through at breakneck speech by MPs with the blessing of Mr Bercow. Just as the PM hoped to get around the legal requirement to...