If the House votes down that deal at that point, then there will be some steps that will be necessary because obviously we've been doing no-deal planning as a government. We've made certain information available to businesses.
29th of March without a deal, without your deal, without any deal.
If parliament votes down the deal on the 11th of December, there will... there is then a process, as you know, that is in the legislation for the length of time given for government to come back and make a statement about the next steps.
But the timetable is such that actually some people would need to take some practical steps in relation to no deal, if the government were to vote - if the parliament were to vote down the deal on the 11th of December.
There are members of the House of Commons who clearly, from their interventions to me in statements and from other comments that they have been making, wish to ensure that we do not leave the European Union. Now there may be various ways in people... way people wish to do that. But that, I think, this is... we're at a point where we have negotiated a deal that people thought we would never be able to negotiate. We have negotiated a good deal for the United Kingdom. We have, and there is a clear choice, I think, from members of parliament.