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The Prime Minister hopes that he has found a way to both obey the law and spin that he is a devoted Brexiteer.
A more emollient Downing Street might now be celebrating victory, and this one might soon be too.
We don't know who will win or lose in the Commons, but we do have a pretty good idea who would win or lose from this deal.
Not if Oliver Letwin's amendment to the meaningful vote motion passes.
In practice, the government will decide.
Taken together, the prospects for passing Johnson's deal are better than I first thought.
It depends who’s asking.
The accord already has too many enemies.
Ultimately, the issue of democratic consent - and its own veto - matters more than any other.
While the Tories and Lib Dems worry about their pitch to voters if Britain leaves the EU before an election, Labour's campaign has begun. But it needs to get through Brexit first.