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That way lies the destruction of the Tory Party

The usual assumption among Brexiteers is that, once he becomes Prime Minister, Boris Johnson will go all out for no deal, leading either to a struggle between Parliament and the Executive or to an early general election. But in fact much of his rhetoric is about how, if he is resolute enough in seeking no deal, the EU will actually agree to concessions that will lead to a deal.

Could that work? Could the EU provide some concession or clarification that would enable Boris to get a revised Withdrawal Agreement through the House?

Short answer: No. There are all kinds of reasons why. First, the Article 50 extension agreement that kept the UK in the...

That way lies the destruction of the Tory Party

The usual assumption among Brexiteers is that, once he becomes Prime Minister, Boris Johnson will go all out for no deal, leading either to a struggle between Parliament and the Executive or to an early general election. But in fact much of his rhetoric is about how, if he is resolute enough in seeking no deal, the EU will actually agree to concessions that will lead to a deal.

Could that work? Could the EU provide some concession or clarification that would enable Boris to get a revised Withdrawal Agreement through the House?

Short answer: No. There are all kinds of reasons why. First, the Article 50 extension agreement that kept the UK in the...

That way lies the destruction of the Tory Party

The usual assumption among Brexiteers is that, once he becomes Prime Minister, Boris Johnson will go all out for no deal, leading either to a struggle between Parliament and the Executive or to an early general election. But in fact much of his rhetoric is about how, if he is resolute enough in seeking no deal, the EU will actually agree to concessions that will lead to a deal.

Could that work? Could the EU provide some concession or clarification that would enable Boris to get a revised Withdrawal Agreement through the House?

Short answer: No. There are all kinds of reasons why. First, the Article 50 extension agreement that kept the UK in the...

That way lies the destruction of the Tory Party

The usual assumption among Brexiteers is that, once he becomes Prime Minister, Boris Johnson will go all out for no deal, leading either to a struggle between Parliament and the Executive or to an early general election. But in fact much of his rhetoric is about how, if he is resolute enough in seeking no deal, the EU will actually agree to concessions that will lead to a deal.

Could that work? Could the EU provide some concession or clarification that would enable Boris to get a revised Withdrawal Agreement through the House?

Short answer: No. There are all kinds of reasons why. First, the Article 50 extension agreement that kept the UK in the...