On June 12, Theresa May will force a mammoth voting session that is expected to go on past midnight. Votes will be held on the EU Withdrawal Bill, the Customs Bill, and the Trade Bill, and they will all be held before the Lewisham by-election.
The decision appears to have been made to ensure that Theresa May can pass the legislation without one more Remain MP – Janet Daby, expected to win the by-election – getting in the way of proceedings. That’s really how tight this is.
We don’t know what will happen, but we do know that the decisions made on June 12 will determine the future of our country, the future of Brexit, and the future of both the Labour and Tory parties.