On 12 July, the UK government published a white paper on its vision for the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union, dubbed the Chequers plan.
There is disagreement on this plan. For example, as many as 80 Conservative MPs are prepared to vote against the prime minister's Chequers plan, a former Brexit minister has warned.
What vote are they talking about? Do MPs vote on white papers and is there a vote scheduled on this particular white paper? But the negotiations based on the UK position have already started, so then they should hurry up. Or are they talking on the vote on a final deal? This deal does not yet exist, so they couldn't have formed an opinion yet.
Surely nobody can reasonably believe that a Brexit deal between the UK and the EU is going to be identical to the opening bid of the UK government?