David Cameron should now resign in favour of the Party Leader who denied his claim that a reduction in the EU Budget was impossible, who called for a real-terms cut in the British contribution rather than for the increase that has been agreed today despite the overall cut (just how incompetent is that?), and who convinced the majority of the House of Commons on both counts, contrary to Cameron's three-line Whip.
Or is this another "triumph", like Michael Gove's yesterday? In that case, Cameron will not mind a Commons vote on it. Will he?