The effects of this will dominate the economy, politics, society and individual lives for the next 30 years, at least.
MPs are expected to debate it in 90 minutes.
...by that I mean, it's not a pretty pointless deal where you operate under the same constraints but without a say, it's a deal where if you think it's a good idea to "go it alone" and sign shit trade deals from a position of weakness, lower taxes, lower standards, keep control of of whatever laws you think you don't have control of etc etc then you go for this deal....i.e. it's a hard Brexit but seemingly without messing with the GFA. So at least it is reasonably clear.
But of course, as has been said many times by many people, it wasn't clear what the end result/deal would be when people voted in 2016 so the logical thing would be to confirm it in a referendum.
Seems to me like a golden opportunity for Labour et al to support this on the basis of a confirmatory referendum; if people vote to confirm it, then it takes place the next day, no ifs and buts, otherwise we sack it off.
Border in the Irish sea. Johnson's not getting this through Parliament, surely? If his plan was to bung the DUP again, it's not going to work by the sounds of it.
Presumably he will try again for a GE, after sending the extension letter. If he can't get that, what? 2nd referendum odds must be shortening now.