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Just as we awaited the Prime Minister’s delayed post Cabinet announcement, a thick, freezing fog descended on the European Parliament here in Strasbourg. Is this a metaphor? Have we now entered a thick political fog or, conversely, is everything now about to become abundantly clear?

I had hoped that a deal would arise that we could live with, one that with a few tweaks to this draft here or there at the two Councils planned (25th November and 13th/14th December), we could just about accept, one that would leave us free of the customs union, single market and ECJ in the longer term, end the uncertainty of the process and create conditions for a friendly, positive future relationship with EU nations. ...

Just as we awaited the Prime Minister’s delayed post Cabinet announcement, a thick, freezing fog descended on the European Parliament here in Strasbourg. Is this a metaphor? Have we now entered a thick political fog or, conversely, is everything now about to become abundantly clear?

I had hoped that a deal would arise that we could live with, one that with a few tweaks to this draft here or there at the two Councils planned (25th November and 13th/14th December), we could just about accept, one that would leave us free of the customs union, single market and ECJ in the longer term, end the uncertainty of the process and create conditions for a friendly, positive future relationship with EU nations. ...

Just as we awaited the Prime Minister’s delayed post Cabinet announcement, a thick, freezing fog descended on the European Parliament here in Strasbourg. Is this a metaphor? Have we now entered a thick political fog or, conversely, is everything now about to become abundantly clear?

I had hoped that a deal would arise that we could live with, one that with a few tweaks to this draft here or there at the two Councils planned (25th November and 13th/14th December), we could just about accept, one that would leave us free of the customs union, single market and ECJ in the longer term, end the uncertainty of the process and create conditions for a friendly, positive future relationship with EU nations. ...

Just as we awaited the Prime Minister’s delayed post Cabinet announcement, a thick, freezing fog descended on the European Parliament here in Strasbourg. Is this a metaphor? Have we now entered a thick political fog or, conversely, is everything now about to become abundantly clear?

I had hoped that a deal would arise that we could live with, one that with a few tweaks to this draft here or there at the two Councils planned (25th November and 13th/14th December), we could just about accept, one that would leave us free of the customs union, single market and ECJ in the longer term, end the uncertainty of the process and create conditions for a friendly, positive future relationship with EU nations. ...