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Let us cut to the chase. The Government have tried to gag Parliament at every turn in this process. Now they have a choice. The position that the Secretary of State is trying to take is, essentially, that it is no deal versus the deal that the Government have. That is not politically, constitutionally or morally sound. Further to the question from Nicky Morgan, will the Secretary of State tell us whether he took legal advice, when he took it, and who commissioned it? Was it him?