There's a lot of copy devoted to all kinds of clever ways and supposed machinations from both sides, leave and remain, to achieve what they want (whatever it is).
The IfG has an article about how Brexit can't be stopped. https://www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk/blog/new-prime-minister-intent-no-deal-brexit-cant-be-stopped-mps-0
Following the "super Saturday" events, everything that is reported about what the remain side intend to do seems very reactive... in that they appear to be on the back foot, and only able to respond to events rather than drive them.
We read talk of Labour remainers wanting to amend the bill next week with a second referendum clause, and talk of whether the speaker will allow the vote to even take place. So the speaker, who some regard as a remainer, or a remainer facilitator, seems to be in a position of whether to allow Boris's deal to potentially be approved or not. If not, then what?
There are musings about Boris being prosecuted and imprisoned, but it's not clear how this will do anything to the trajectory of Brexit, Boris could simply be replaced by Rees-Mogg or Raab or someone, and for remainers, they're back to square one, but with less time on the clock.
We hear reports of remainers goading Boris with taking the deal "back to the people", and yet these same people refuse to go to the people for a general election.
In all this noise, one can't help but wonder, what happens if the government just do nothing... just say very little, don't propose any more legislation, and just wait until November the 1st? If the remain side is dependent on the government proposing a bill that they can amend, then why give them one?
What can the remain side do? If they call a no confidence vote, and if they win it, they have a few days before the end of the month to form a coalition government, or else the country exits the EU and there's a general election.
The EU seem to want to wait for the UK to do something, before they react, so what would they do if the government simply don't turn up to parliament, and just wait? They can offer an extension, can the government ignore it? Just keep waiting until Oct 31st 23:01?
It seems to me that there are lot of very excitable people running around contriving scenarios and plotting strategies, but nobody seems to have considered just, as the speaker put it on Super Saturday: "playing for time".