The argument during the referendum was never about free movement, but about immigration in general.
The government sees leaving the EU as an objective in of itself, which is one reason why it is bungling it.
Brexit affords the British left a historic opportunity for a decisive break with EU market liberalism.
You can fly to Dublin, Dublin, or Dublin.
Where is the wisdom and leadership required to guide Britain through this self-inflicted crisis?
The UK's lead in technology will be undermined if we can't trade across cyber borders.
If Labour continues to favour leaving the single market, then we are essentially for the same policy as the government.
The Labour peer is one of a small number who have grasped the scale of the Brexit vote.
It would have been a big ask even with the government's pre-election majority.
Hard Brexit looks less likely, and soft Brexit won't please anyone.