“So if you don’t like it so much,” he says, “why don’t you leave?” And his tone suggests that there is a good train leaving from St Pancras in half an hour.
The Unionist side knows it doesn't want a referendum. But it lacks a stronger message.
The Commons voted against guaranteeing EU nationals' rights and ensuring a "meaningful vote" on the outcome of the negotiations.
The First Minister will seek permission for a vote to be held between next autumn or spring 2019.
The consequences of failing to reach an agreement will be economically and politically punitive.
Last year a million newcomers arrived. European migration policy is going to adapt. In the meantime, Britain must not step into the void.
Passing the UK citizenship test – complete with questions about classic comedy duos – might be the only way to stay in Britain after we leave the EU.
The senior DUP MP believes unionism is facing its "most serious and precarious position" since the 1980s.
The Tories' tax and spending pledges have left a host of hostages to fortune.
Both men's sides have recently suffered humiliating defeats.
Theresa May could need to take far more unpopular decisions to get the best Brexit deal.
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