Interesting from Justine Greening at a fringe event
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/p ... 63476.html
Speaking at the same event, former education secretary Justine Greening said another public vote was the only way to break "stalemate" in Parliament.
She said: "The Chequers deal isn't going to get through, I don't think a Canada deal would get through and no-deal is absolutely going to be voted down by Parliament. Those are just the facts.
"We are going to reach stalemate... I think there is a growing band of Conservative MPs who have thought their way through this and reached the logical conclusion that a referendum is the only way we can unblock Parliament's stalemate.
"A growing number of Conservative MPs recognise this. It's a question of when they make their views known, not if."
I have to say I don't understand it.
Will there be such a vote in parliament - one which will reject all scenarios?
I thought it was going to be take it or leave it - i.e. either vote for the proposed deal or we leave with no deal.