Well well well, as Boris' popularity goes up with the people, it goes down with Parliament.
Now he cant get an election, Parliament has passed a law to block no deal (has to go through the Lords yet, they might sh*t can it, please do!), he is stymied.
So what next? Brexit is kicked down the road a few years, next general election comes and Farage gets elected with a massive majority.
Half the Tory party, at least, defect to the Brexit party, the others for the lib dems (as some have already).
Labour is almost a dead duck, its working class voters, most of whom support Brexit, vote Farage, the middle class urbaninte labour types support the lib dems.
But because we dont have proportional representation (like the US, the rural seats have more power per capita than urban ones) Brexit has a massive commons majority, UK politics is changed for ever, and one of the oldest political parties falls apart.
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