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Olly Robbins' Brussels bar chat last month proved to be prophetic after he suggested that MPs would end up having to decide whether to accept the Theresa May's Brexit deal or a "long" delay.

That is exactly the choice facing Brexiteers as the Government prepares to give them one more chance next week to vote on the deal, otherwise it will seek an extension to the Article 50 process and hold indicative votes in the House of Commons that could end up with an even softer Brexit.

Right on cue, Donald Tusk has made clear on Twitter that he wants European leaders to be open to a "long extension" to give the United Kingdom time to "rethink" what it wants. 

A major risk in delaying Brexit that the Government...

Olly Robbins' Brussels bar chat last month proved to be prophetic after he suggested that MPs would end up having to decide whether to accept the Theresa May's Brexit deal or a "long" delay.

That is exactly the choice facing Brexiteers as the Government prepares to give them one more chance next week to vote on the deal, otherwise it will seek an extension to the Article 50 process and hold indicative votes in the House of Commons that could end up with an even softer Brexit.

Right on cue, Donald Tusk has made clear on Twitter that he wants European leaders to be open to a "long extension" to give the United Kingdom time to "rethink" what it wants. 

A major risk in delaying Brexit that the Government...

Olly Robbins' Brussels bar chat last month proved to be prophetic after he suggested that MPs would end up having to decide whether to accept the Theresa May's Brexit deal or a "long" delay.

That is exactly the choice facing Brexiteers as the Government prepares to give them one more chance next week to vote on the deal, otherwise it will seek an extension to the Article 50 process and hold indicative votes in the House of Commons that could end up with an even softer Brexit.

Right on cue, Donald Tusk has made clear on Twitter that he wants European leaders to be open to a "long extension" to give the United Kingdom time to "rethink" what it wants. 

A major risk in delaying Brexit that the Government...

Olly Robbins' Brussels bar chat last month proved to be prophetic after he suggested that MPs would end up having to decide whether to accept the Theresa May's Brexit deal or a "long" delay.

That is exactly the choice facing Brexiteers as the Government prepares to give them one more chance next week to vote on the deal, otherwise it will seek an extension to the Article 50 process and hold indicative votes in the House of Commons that could end up with an even softer Brexit.

Right on cue, Donald Tusk has made clear on Twitter that he wants European leaders to be open to a "long extension" to give the United Kingdom time to "rethink" what it wants. 

A major risk in delaying Brexit that the Government...