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Ruth Davidson's resignation statement was raw with emotion: not just when the outgoing Scottish Conservative leader explained why she wanted to spend more time with her family, but when she explained how important it was for Parliament to pass a Brexit deal.

You would be forgiven for thinking in light of the fervent talk in Westminster of prorogation, no-confidence motions and Brexit-averting legislation that Boris Johnson had committed to pursuing a no-deal Brexit. But he has made clear to Brussels chiefs that his "highest priority" - to the chagrin of Nigel Farage - is to hammer out a satisfactory deal.

That was what Ms Davidson sought to highlight, citing "long conversations on this point"...

Ruth Davidson's resignation statement was raw with emotion: not just when the outgoing Scottish Conservative leader explained why she wanted to spend more time with her family, but when she explained how important it was for Parliament to pass a Brexit deal.

You would be forgiven for thinking in light of the fervent talk in Westminster of prorogation, no-confidence motions and Brexit-averting legislation that Boris Johnson had committed to pursuing a no-deal Brexit. But he has made clear to Brussels chiefs that his "highest priority" - to the chagrin of Nigel Farage - is to hammer out a satisfactory deal.

That was what Ms Davidson sought to highlight, citing "long conversations on this point"...

Ruth Davidson's resignation statement was raw with emotion: not just when the outgoing Scottish Conservative leader explained why she wanted to spend more time with her family, but when she explained how important it was for Parliament to pass a Brexit deal.

You would be forgiven for thinking in light of the fervent talk in Westminster of prorogation, no-confidence motions and Brexit-averting legislation that Boris Johnson had committed to pursuing a no-deal Brexit. But he has made clear to Brussels chiefs that his "highest priority" - to the chagrin of Nigel Farage - is to hammer out a satisfactory deal.

That was what Ms Davidson sought to highlight, citing "long conversations on this point"...

Ruth Davidson's resignation statement was raw with emotion: not just when the outgoing Scottish Conservative leader explained why she wanted to spend more time with her family, but when she explained how important it was for Parliament to pass a Brexit deal.

You would be forgiven for thinking in light of the fervent talk in Westminster of prorogation, no-confidence motions and Brexit-averting legislation that Boris Johnson had committed to pursuing a no-deal Brexit. But he has made clear to Brussels chiefs that his "highest priority" - to the chagrin of Nigel Farage - is to hammer out a satisfactory deal.

That was what Ms Davidson sought to highlight, citing "long conversations on this point"...