One year on after May managed to get the courts to force her to put the A50 Bill to Parliament – she managed to get Parliament to force her to allow a “meaningful” vote on the final deal. Both times, she knew she would lose but, when Brexit fails, she wants to say her hand was forced. Of course, after last week’s agreement that, if there is no deal, then UK will stay in “full alignment” and, knowing that the Transition Period deal will also mean remaining in “full alignment”, one might ask how you can have a meaningful vote on two identical options. Well, the news is that May is ready to give Parliament the option to extend the Brexit deadline – if the EU agrees, which, of course, will mean remaining in “full alignment”. Truly a great day at Neverendum HQ!