After May's win, I say the following: If she gets clear legal amendments that time limit the backstop her deal will fly through the HoC and everyone is....kinda half happy. If she gets told to go away by the EU, her deal will get voted down but I do not think massively. She will run the clock down to make it very much her deal or no deal.* Then we need to watch Labour. They are not calling the no confidence vote now as they then have (half) promised to back a 2nd referendum if the confidence vote loses (and it will, they know that) and Corbyn knows this could well be Labour's time to have civil war. Which is why I am tending to think May's deal will get through eventually.....but it has to have the DUP on side so I guess the backstop the EU has refused to tinker with must be tinkered with....or else. Glad I cleared that up * Just heard May has confirmed she is not going to put her deal before parliament this month.