Well, I’m not proposing
to persuade people to accept a deal that doesn’t
contain that insurance policy for the future. What parliament has said
is that they believe there should be changes
made to the backstop and it is in that vein,
in that light, that we are working with politicians across
Westminster, of course, across the House of Commons.
But also, we’ll be working with others – with the Irish government
and with the EU – to find a way that enables us to maintain
our commitments that we have set, very clearly, for no hard border,
but to do it in a way that provides a withdrawal agreement
and political declaration for the future than can command
support across the House of Commons and, therefore, that we will be
able to ratify with the European Union such that we leave on 29 March
with a deal.