Oh dear, with rolling resignations today the Prime Minister won't last.
The maths are quite simple.
The Tories only have a majority with the DUP voting with them.
The SNP will vote against any deal, as they want to remain.
The Liberal Democrats, both of them, will vote against any deal.
Labour only want power, they will always vote against the deal.,
Sinn Fein will not participate.
There maybe a few Labour Leave rebels, but by my count there are at least 10 Tory rebels at a minimum anyway.
The Lords will vote against any deal too by the way, as the Tories are a minority there.
May said something very insightful in her valedictory last night on the steps of Downing Street,
"It's this deal, no deal or remain."
So it is not her deal, which means we are down to No Deal or Remain. What a choice and a terrible reflection on the Tories to have led the Country to a path where No Deal is not properly prepared for in the event of a failure of the EU to negotiate fairly (which was always going to be the case).
Up until today I laughed at everyone who said there would be a second referendum, that won't be happening going forward. Interested to see in the comments what you would do - vote for hard brexit or remain?