A prime minister who rules out concessions before talks, and a leader of the opposition who demands them as a precondition of talks.
Another referendum on Brexit is looking nearly inevitable. If Leavers get on board now, they can help shape it.
The no-confidence gambit is over. There's no escape anymore. Jeremy Corbyn finally has to pick a Brexit policy.
We've rarely seen a humiliation on this scale in our lifetime. This is what happens next.
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