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It is a statement of fact that most of our MPs voted to remain in the EU in 2016. It is equally true that most of these Remainer MPs have not altered their position on this subject since then. And yet on Tuesday night, I am pleased to say, I had the feeling that voter anger in constituencies across the land made its impact felt on the series of parliamentary votes held to try to break the deadlock in Parliament.

Despite the defeat of the Cooper and Grieve amendments, and the passing of the Brady amendment, it would be premature for a Brexiteer to be too optimistic. A long road lies ahead. What Tuesday night proved, however, is that when the public roars, MPs ultimately have to listen.

The response...

It is a statement of fact that most of our MPs voted to remain in the EU in 2016. It is equally true that most of these Remainer MPs have not altered their position on this subject since then. And yet on Tuesday night, I am pleased to say, I had the feeling that voter anger in constituencies across the land made its impact felt on the series of parliamentary votes held to try to break the deadlock in Parliament.

Despite the defeat of the Cooper and Grieve amendments, and the passing of the Brady amendment, it would be premature for a Brexiteer to be too optimistic. A long road lies ahead. What Tuesday night proved, however, is that when the public roars, MPs ultimately have to listen.

The response...

It is a statement of fact that most of our MPs voted to remain in the EU in 2016. It is equally true that most of these Remainer MPs have not altered their position on this subject since then. And yet on Tuesday night, I am pleased to say, I had the feeling that voter anger in constituencies across the land made its impact felt on the series of parliamentary votes held to try to break the deadlock in Parliament.

Despite the defeat of the Cooper and Grieve amendments, and the passing of the Brady amendment, it would be premature for a Brexiteer to be too optimistic. A long road lies ahead. What Tuesday night proved, however, is that when the public roars, MPs ultimately have to listen.

The response...

It is a statement of fact that most of our MPs voted to remain in the EU in 2016. It is equally true that most of these Remainer MPs have not altered their position on this subject since then. And yet on Tuesday night, I am pleased to say, I had the feeling that voter anger in constituencies across the land made its impact felt on the series of parliamentary votes held to try to break the deadlock in Parliament.

Despite the defeat of the Cooper and Grieve amendments, and the passing of the Brady amendment, it would be premature for a Brexiteer to be too optimistic. A long road lies ahead. What Tuesday night proved, however, is that when the public roars, MPs ultimately have to listen.

The response...