Two hours in and the questions are getting a bit repetitive and in some instances personal attacks on the pm which Bercow seems ok with.
However, after all this time she has changed tune not one not. Still going to Brussels with the WA, which she wants, and will supposedly ask the EU to change. That agreement, brought back without the backstop might pass, provided the EU haven't just substituted one unacceptable issue with another!
May is like a rabbit caught in car headlights and unable to move.
I did a couple of undergraduate modules by remote learning, which is manageable, but can't imagine doing an MSc remotely. The pace of an MSc (in my opinion) makes it more difficult than a PhD in some ways.
Interestingly, although May has looked a right chimp in the debate, it's also going to present Corbyn with a problem. All the opposition parties - with the exception of the DUP - have now said they''ll support a vote of no confidence in May.
Corbyn is going to come under pressure to table one - which he'll lose as the DUP will support the Tories.