Beren wrote:You'll have to have a general election because your government doesn't have a majority in parliament, on the other hand there won't be anything to confirm since BoJo's deal won't pass parliament most likely.
Your question illuminates the ridiculous position of a parliament that is attempting to run the country as a mutinous rabble on a so-called, 'democratic' ship.
They are prepared to take over the ship, but will not make the captain walk the plank by calling a 'no-confidence' vote, that is what is preventing closure to Brexit & no matter what concessions are made they will continue to the bitter end when an election is held.
There is a limit to what they can do though, you cannot tell a government what to do by passing an Act of Parliament on every single issue, that is why there is a need for reform in the way that parliament operates.
The logic of the outcome of the current agreed deal, is that the 'remainer' MP's have nowhere to hide, nowhere to run, so, they may well oppose the deal, in order to gain more time for themselves before they are crushed out of political existence at the coming election.
Labour, when faced with a hole, they dig,dig,not on any principal, but purely out of self-interest that their paymaster unions have made them dependent on, the hole just keeps growing deeper & deeper.