TITLE

ADVERTISING IN THE wake of [...]

AUTHOR(S)
DAN HODGES
PUB. DATE
November 2016
SOURCE
Mail on Sunday;11/6/2016, p39
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
ADVERTISING IN THE wake of the High Court ruling on Article 50, MPs are reportedly clearing the decks for an early General Election. Or are they? Speaking to Remain campaigners from both sides of the political divide, I haven't been able to detect much appetite for a decisive showdown. 'I want some scrutiny, but I'm not going to stand in front of the Brexit juggernaut,' a Tory backbencher told me. 'My Association would string me up in the high street.' A Labour MP who has been a leading voice in the campaign for a parliamentary Article 50 vote, was equally unequivocal. 'I want a vote on a point of principle, but I won't vote against,' he explained. 'My constituency went 70 per cent for Leave. If hard Brexit is all that's on offer, then I'll probably have to vote for that, too.' The odds on a 2020 election are lengthening. I'd take them.
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