Discussion of the more serious side of the Mail's agenda
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This headline is a bit more like it (though as one of the best rated comments makes clear: "the readers won't forgive the DM being turned into the Daily Remain either!"):

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Britain will never forgive a Brexit betrayal from vain and arrogant MPs that would shatter the integrity of our democracy

Read more: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... t-MPs.html
So its time for a good dose of realism.

As Mrs May said in the House yesterday, these Brexit arguments – and the strutting, posturing and play-acting that have accompanied them – have gone on long enough and are profoundly corrosive to our political system. Life is full of compromises.

Next Tuesday, Tory rebels and the DUP have one last chance both to save Brexit and to begin the process of healing Britain’s gaping social and political wounds.

The May deal offers hope for a bright post-Brexit future – the prosperity, economic stability and security on which jobs and livelihoods depend. Yes it has flaws, but with good faith and ‘best endeavours’ on both sides, they can be ironed out in time.

Before rejecting this deal, every rebel must carefully consider the alternative – no Brexit, a shattered Tory party and the prospect of Mr Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon posing for some appalling tableau in the Downing Street rose garden.
some appalling tableau in the Downing Street rose garden.

Didn't we have one of those in 2010?
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