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In a wild moment on Friday, during that interminable wait for Theresa May to emerge at last for her press conference in Brussels, I had a splendid vision of her stepping to the podium to make a stunning announcement.

“In view of the EU leaders’ decision that there can be no alteration of the legally binding backstop provision in the Withdrawal Agreement,” she would say, “I have regretfully decided that the UK will engage in no further formal negotiations, since retaining the backstop in its present terms is clearly unacceptable to the British parliament. We shall be leaving the European Union, as stipulated by Article 50, on March 29 2019. If at any time before that date, the EU Council and Commission...

In a wild moment on Friday, during that interminable wait for Theresa May to emerge at last for her press conference in Brussels, I had a splendid vision of her stepping to the podium to make a stunning announcement.

“In view of the EU leaders’ decision that there can be no alteration of the legally binding backstop provision in the Withdrawal Agreement,” she would say, “I have regretfully decided that the UK will engage in no further formal negotiations, since retaining the backstop in its present terms is clearly unacceptable to the British parliament. We shall be leaving the European Union, as stipulated by Article 50, on March 29 2019. If at any time before that date, the EU Council and Commission...

In a wild moment on Friday, during that interminable wait for Theresa May to emerge at last for her press conference in Brussels, I had a splendid vision of her stepping to the podium to make a stunning announcement.

“In view of the EU leaders’ decision that there can be no alteration of the legally binding backstop provision in the Withdrawal Agreement,” she would say, “I have regretfully decided that the UK will engage in no further formal negotiations, since retaining the backstop in its present terms is clearly unacceptable to the British parliament. We shall be leaving the European Union, as stipulated by Article 50, on March 29 2019. If at any time before that date, the EU Council and Commission...

In a wild moment on Friday, during that interminable wait for Theresa May to emerge at last for her press conference in Brussels, I had a splendid vision of her stepping to the podium to make a stunning announcement.

“In view of the EU leaders’ decision that there can be no alteration of the legally binding backstop provision in the Withdrawal Agreement,” she would say, “I have regretfully decided that the UK will engage in no further formal negotiations, since retaining the backstop in its present terms is clearly unacceptable to the British parliament. We shall be leaving the European Union, as stipulated by Article 50, on March 29 2019. If at any time before that date, the EU Council and Commission...