Avoiding a vote on expanding the airport on the grounds he will be travelling looks like a cop-out in the wake of the international trade minister quitting.
Even some Tory Leavers now concede that Britain will end up in an inferior position.
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A sub-plot of the failed meaningful vote amendement was that it proved that Labour are only ever going to be veto players on Brexit votes.
Theresa May has deferred another painful fight over Brexit, but the reputational damage sustained by pro-EU rebels in the row over the meaningful vote means she could well win it.
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Pro-European Tories believe they have bagged a bigger prize than their detractors claim.