I suspect this article is correct.
The May and Johnson administrations both seem to think they can treat the House of Commons and the wider public with contempt by ‘bouncing’ them into agreement on major issues, and this is just the latest instalment.
I predict a ‘deal’ will be agreed in principle so late in the day as not to allow for proper scrutiny. It’ll be hundreds of pages long, published at the very last minute, and as ever, we’ll be treated to media coverage using terminology like ‘cliff edge’ to force Parliament to take what appears to be the least worst option.
The more I opine on politics and current affairs, the more it occurs to me that the real problem at the moment is not the Tory government, it is in fact the Opposition. There is none.