Prime Minister Theresa May has promised MPs a vote to delay Brexit if they cannot agree on her deal.
And she’s already scheduled it in for the 30th March, one day after we crash out of the EU with No Deal, like a Eurofighter without the British-built bits.
Oh no, hang on, they only trusted us with the leather seats.
Scottish Brexit Secretary Mike Russell said it was vital to prevent Westminster from pursuing “a disastrous course of action”.
A course of action that started with, well, the Tories, back in 2010.
He added, “The Scottish government believes there should be a second EU referendum with Remain on the ballot paper.”
Just think, if we all vote for Remain, this website wouldn’t have half the stories it has.
The UK government said the deal was a good one for Scotland and Wales.
Of course it was: both will be completely independent very soon after.
Theresa May is weighing up a free vote on whether to rule out a no-deal Brexit, despite inevitable criticism that it would expose her as too weak to impose a collective policy on such a crucial issue.
It sees the PM stuck between a rock – Gibraltar – and a hard border in Ireland.
Brexiteer Tories are demanding the party is whipped to support a no-deal departure if necessary.
Which you’d think was a metaphor, but is actually just Jacob Rees Mogg’s view on modern punishment.
Leading Brexiteers aim to ensure that the backstop will not endure indefinitely.
Unlike this Brexit omnishambles feels like it’s doing.
Being forced to vote in favour of a no-deal Brexit would almost certainly trigger the resignations of cabinet ministers Amber Rudd, David Gauke and Greg Clark.
Just two more and we could call them ‘The Greg Clark Five’!
Former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt tempered his previous claim that Britain would thrive after a crash-out Brexit, conceding it “would cause huge disruption”.
“Believe me, I know,” he continued. “I was in charge when we crashed out of the NHS!”