Mr Speaker, following the vote in the House last night against no-deal, the prime minister is again going to attempt to renegotiate the backstop on the basis of finding alternative arrangements. Could she set out today what these alternative arrangements might be?
Prime minister. Well, absolutely. Last night, the House voted... set a clear direction... on the way that the House could agree a deal. And that is about dealing, as the right honourable gentleman says, with the issue of the backstop.
As I said yesterday, there are a number of proposals for how that could be done. We're engaging positively with proposals that have been put forward by my right honourable friend, the member for Loughborough, and my honourable friends, the members for North West Hampshire, Wycombe, and North East Somerset.
Others, including my honourable friend, the Member for Altrincham and Sale West have put forward other proposals, such as a unilateral exit mechanism.
And - I'm just telling the shadow foreign secretary.
A point of advice, if she wants to shout things, it might be to shout them in response to what I'm saying, rather than just saying...
They put forward proposals, such as unilateral exit mechanism or a time limit to the backstop. And the political declaration already references alternative arrangements and raises a number of issues that can be... proposals that can be addressed, such as mutual recognition of trusted trader schemes.
None of that was very clear to me. I don't know about anybody else.