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Parliament's rejection of Theresa May's Brexit deal tonight will not have surprised the Government. When Tory Brexiteers expressed concern about it to the chief whip, he told them bluntly: “If you don’t like it, you don’t have to vote for it". How dearly he must regret saying that now many of the European Research Group have taken up his offer.

The breezy confidence showed by Julian Smith was shared by others across Government. One minister assured The Times before Christmas that persuading Jacob Rees-Mogg was a "work in progress". The ERG chairman did not take kindly to being publicly treated as if he would be a soft touch, mocking it as "wishful thinking". Far from softening the arch-critic's...

Parliament's rejection of Theresa May's Brexit deal tonight will not have surprised the Government. When Tory Brexiteers expressed concern about it to the chief whip, he told them bluntly: “If you don’t like it, you don’t have to vote for it". How dearly he must regret saying that now many of the European Research Group have taken up his offer.

The breezy confidence showed by Julian Smith was shared by others across Government. One minister assured The Times before Christmas that persuading Jacob Rees-Mogg was a "work in progress". The ERG chairman did not take kindly to being publicly treated as if he would be a soft touch, mocking it as "wishful thinking". Far from softening the arch-critic's...

Parliament's rejection of Theresa May's Brexit deal tonight will not have surprised the Government. When Tory Brexiteers expressed concern about it to the chief whip, he told them bluntly: “If you don’t like it, you don’t have to vote for it". How dearly he must regret saying that now many of the European Research Group have taken up his offer.

The breezy confidence showed by Julian Smith was shared by others across Government. One minister assured The Times before Christmas that persuading Jacob Rees-Mogg was a "work in progress". The ERG chairman did not take kindly to being publicly treated as if he would be a soft touch, mocking it as "wishful thinking". Far from softening the arch-critic's...

Parliament's rejection of Theresa May's Brexit deal tonight will not have surprised the Government. When Tory Brexiteers expressed concern about it to the chief whip, he told them bluntly: “If you don’t like it, you don’t have to vote for it". How dearly he must regret saying that now many of the European Research Group have taken up his offer.

The breezy confidence showed by Julian Smith was shared by others across Government. One minister assured The Times before Christmas that persuading Jacob Rees-Mogg was a "work in progress". The ERG chairman did not take kindly to being publicly treated as if he would be a soft touch, mocking it as "wishful thinking". Far from softening the arch-critic's...