The Remainers have one argument that is almost unanswerable: if Brexiteers believe in repatriating powers to Parliament it is hard to see how the Government can negotiate with Brussels without any oversight by Westminster. Instead of resisting Mrs May should be bold and embrace this challenge, setting out at least a framework, a direction of travel, something – and then demand her Party’s support. If her MPs won’t give her their backing she may have to take whatever she presents to the electorate. So yes, she might on that basis be forced into an early election. That’s what a strong leader would do, and the one thing I am sure of is that Theresa May wants is to be remembered as a great leader.
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