Troublingly, such concerns are the basis for the most unpopular provisions in the Withdrawal Agreement.
Contrary to myth, the wise king was demonstrating what was beyond his powers. May has done the same – demonstrating gradually that a Canada Deal or No Deal are the only practicable options.
She’s having trouble leaving a large house she brought with friends. And her family solicitor, Ollie, is advising her not to annoy them.
Not being able to blame Brussels for our problems nor look to the EU for solutions will be immensely reinvigorating.
The provisions of the Withdrawal Bill are limited in scope, will be policed by the courts, and lack any plausible alternative.
It makes spending commitments which exceed the amounts it budgets to spend. Those escalating commitments…will approach E250 billion by the time we leave.
It was not an exercise in evidence-based policy-making but the most egregious example of policy-based evidence making.
The widespread presumption that everything is a matter for negotiation is damaging nonsense. Once we identify the issues which we can decide, Ministers can start taking decisions.
Conservatives should be very wary of the deal as a whole, reject part of it outright, and exclude our health service from it.