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If Boris Johnson can manage to produce a Brexit deal in the next fortnight, can he get Parliament to vote for it? From the U.K. prime minister’s point of view, the lack of noise is probably a good thing.
Theresa May’s negotiations with the European Union were conducted against a soundtrack of angry warnings from members of Parliament in her Conservative Party. She’d better not sell them out, they said, and even before she had a deal, many of them were committed to voting against it — Johnson included.