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Long time to go. Today, subsequent days. Keep calm. Prime Minister.
Mr Speaker, these are about the choices that this House faces.
The legal default in the UK and EU law remains that the UK will leave the EU without a deal unless...
Unless... unless something else is agreed.
Mr Speaker, I also confirmed last night that if the House declined to approve leaving without a deal on the 29th of March, 2019, the government would bring forward a motion on whether the House supports seeking to agree an extension to Article 50 with the EU, which is the logical consequence of the votes over the past two days in this House.
While an extension of Article 50 is now inevitable, the responsibility for that extension lies solely and squarely at the prime minister's door.
But, Mr Speaker, extending Article 50 without a clear objective is not a solution. Parliament must now take control of the situation.