The answer, in this case, is 500 quid.
Labour would fight an election on being able to manage Brexit better than the Conservatives, rather than seeking to stop it.
What form of fudge Labour commits to on Brexit this week is a lot less important than what ends up in its next manifesto.
Although silence would have been a better option, the blunt truth is that Labour's Brexit strategy is also the party's only viable option in the short term.
It's hard to see how the Conservative Party could credibly trigger another without shredding what's left of their brand.
Backing a new Brexit referendum isn't just the right thing to do, it's the smart one too.
The reality is that we simply don’t know enough about how British politics will look even in December.
The Prime Minister’s olive branch to EU citizens is a sign of just how plausible a no deal exit now is.
In a statement that at times bore an only cursory relationship to reality, May further decreased her own room for flexibility.
As Labour councillors, our duty is to champion the rights of those who will be hit hardest by Brexit and economic ruin.