Have MPs, finally, come up with a decent Brexit proposal? | Matthew d’Ancona

With Peter Kyle and Phil Wilson’s scheme for a public vote on May’s deal, there may be a way out of the dreary drama of Brexit

It all has the feel of the world’s most boring thriller. Though there are only just under seven weeks left until Britain’s official date of departure from the European Union, public life seems drowsy with a lethal brew of fatalism, insouciance and burrowing cowardice.

On the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show this morning, James Brokenshire, the communities secretary, looked less like the minister charged with preparing local government for the social chaos of a no-deal outcome than a beaming salesman politely urging a client to renew his contents insurance policy.

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