Mr Speaker, I must express my disappointment that the house has again voted for delay, rather than a timetable that would have guaranteed that the UK was in a position to leave the EU on 31 October with a deal. We now face further uncertainty, and the EU must now make up their minds about how to answer parliament’s request for a delay. The first consequence is that the government must take the only responsible course and accelerate our preparations for a no-deal outcome. Secondly, I will speak to EU member states about their intentions and, until they have reached a decision, we will pause this legislation. Let me be…
See what the legislation says, You’re asking me about a pig in a poke and I will wait to see what legislation the opposition may try to bring forward but we know what – We’re in new constitutional times, but for a government to say ‘we won’t abide by legislation’ is impossible, surely? Well, we will see what the legislation says when it is put forward. For me, the most important thing is to bear in mind, actually, you already have legislation in place, which an overwhelming majority of MPs voted for.