No-Deal off the table, an Art. 50 extension is now inevitable.

The House of Commons has rejected the Boris Johnson deal until Parliament enacts primary legislation approving it.
The EU now has no option, as per Angela Merkel, to approve an extension to the Art. 50 period. The EU cannot eject a member state against its constitutional requirement.
The only question is whether the PM will ask for an extension, whether he will resign and get somebody else to get him of his self-constructed toasting fork or whether the courts will direct somebody to PP a letter on Parliament’s behalf.

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