Tuesday, 7 March 2017
Taking Back Control, Indeed
On both of the major Lords amendments, Theresa May ought simply to acquiesce.
Would the opponents of that acquiescence, such as there are and who are in any case her bitterest enemies, then vote against the legislation permitting the invocation of Article 50?
Of course not.
But even if they did, then that legislation would still pass on the votes of the Labour Party.