Believe in anything more than an extension of an existing grammar school (and therefore, by definition, in a local authority area that already had them), when you see it, and not one second before.
What does Theresa May propose to do in order to get this legislation through? Abolish the House of Lords? Or abolish the House of Commons?
As anything other than a doomed backbench amendment, if that, this will never reach the floor of either House.
And that, please note, is nothing more than an attempt to allow existing grammar schools to expand, only into areas of economic deprivation (nothing to do with academic selection), with a quota of pupils on free school meals (nothing to do with academic selection), and only "if local parents want it".
How will such demand be measured? In, through and as the local Labour Party, the unions, Momentum, and so on, the opponents will be able to shout very loudly indeed.
It is never going to happen.
So much for the ridiculous suggestion that 1950s institutions can be conjured back up out of thin air, to employ this country's existing glut of Classics masters and school cap manufacturers.