But this electoral Titan has an Achilles heel – tax rises which, rather than planning or HS2, are the real threat to future Chesham & Amershams.
The Prime Minister has made the pledge repeatedly and unequivocally.
There is still time for adoption of a comprehensive free trade deal on offer from the EU and applied to the entire UK, which even now could provide a way forward.
During the weeks and months ahead, Conservative MPs will need to use their heads as well as their hearts to reach the Brexit winning line.
Any deal that leaves the UK aligned with EU rules or which deprives us of control over our trading future would not be honouring the referendum result.
What counts most is opposition to a Bill or to parts of it. And most Tory criticisms of the EU Withdrawal Bill aren’t coming from the Brexiteers.
The news is not all bad for supporters of Leave. But a weakened Government needs third party support to deliver not so much a Soft or Hard Brexit as a clean one.
Bright Blue, the Institute of Economic Affairs, the Resolution Foundation and others give their views.
The arguments are more finely balanced than in the case of the Single Market, but maintaining the present arrangement would blunt the point of Brexit.
Former Vote Leave organisers are signing up to run local operations for Change Britain.
The key point at stake is not what Parliament has a right to do, but what it is wise to do – in the wake of the most emphatic popular vote in modern history.
Leavers can’t afford to quit the field just because the battle is won, not with continuity Remain trying to thwart the result.
The Foreign Secretary says that Brexit involves restoring “UK control over our laws, borders, money and trade”.
And he quotes ConservativeHome.
The group wants a Hard Brexit. Either way, the Government should move Article 50 before next spring is over.