Tory and Labour MPs are reportedly ganging up to try to force through a soft Brexit.
They want Theresa May to make concessions with the customs union, immigration and the single market.
Apparently they want to set up a cross party Brexit Commission to find common ground between the parties.
Scottish Tory boss Ruth Davidson even broke ranks and said: “This isn’t going to be a Tory Brexit”.
A senior, unnamed minister is quoted as having told the Standard: “This is no longer a question just for Government. It is clear to me that Parliament will want to assert its role in a way it did not before.”
There’s one obvious bit of common ground, though – Britain voted to leave the EU, why don’t they start working towards that?
For some MPs, Brexit clearly doesn’t mean Brexit.
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