No. of Recommendations: 2
The 8 initial votes on the table today:
(B) No-Deal
(D) Common market 2.0
(H) EFTA and EEA
(J) Customs Union
(K) Labour's alternative plan
(L) Revocation to avoid No-Deal
(M) Confirmatory public vote
(O) Contingent preferential arrangements

comments from
(B) will cause the biggest headache
(D) doesn't provide a sufficient answer to the Irish border question
(H) doesn't satisfy the Ireland question
(J) doesn't satisfy the Ireland question
(K) confused and light on detail
(L) could cause serious domestic problems for the UK
(M) another layer of indecision
(O) wishful thinking

Which raises the question: why is the Irish border question being avoided? 3 of the 8 votes are useless because they do not address the obvious Irish border issue. It's not that complicated. Parliament must choose one of the following: Ireland hard border, Irish Sea hard border, or no Brexit. Anything else is just wishful thinking.
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