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    • A PM wishing to honour the referendum has little choice but to neutralise these elements, which is the objective of the suspension of parliament.

      Dunno, but this sounds uncomfortably close to some Pentagon logic I recall from the Vietnam war: in order to save democracy it's necessary to destroy it.

    • Time for open and meaningful negotiation was during the past three years. Not now. And that negotiation has produced an agreement that all sides involved agreed to and signed on it. Is welshing on that agreement by the UK government helpful or honourable? I'd rather say that those trying to stop the government from backing out of its obligations to be acting in a honourable manner. Especially if that backing out is bound to result in a *massive* damage to the country (a fact that governments own reports confirm).