Clearly, it didn’t exactly go that well. The only good news is that it didn’t take me that long to vote.
At the end of the day, what we need to do now is get through the no-confidence motion tomorrow, which I don’t expect to succeed.
The prime minister has said that she’s going to speak to senior parliamentarians, to the DUP, to the Conservative party and see what will fly. Then she needs to go back to the EU and say: ‘Look, see, I told you so. There’s your benchmark, now you’ve got to actually shift’.
The problem with speaking to Jeremy Corbyn is that, frankly, if Jeremy Corbyn actually had a plan, given it to the prime minister and put it to a vote, he would have still voted against. That all he is interested in is this general election.