After intial concerns with Bercow after a bit of cogitation, he's actually done the leavers a favour. Now bear with me.
If the Deal is not substantively different he won't allow it to be voted on. Well no one's really keen on it. But they haven't voted twice on the motion for no deal, so that gets another shot. What the commons did was to instruct the Government for a delay. The initial response yet to be voted for is a substantial delay, but that would require the commons to extend the leaving date. So- far. Now there were only 4 votes in the No deal as opposed to the deal and I suspect there will be little appetite for a 2 year extention- so they may reject the EU proposals, and that only leaves No deal which is the default position in any event. So I am quietly confident now. Parliament, Bercow and the EU have each shot each other in the foot. May could get the less than deserved accolade of adhering to referendum. Labour are toast, and Leo and wee Nikky can re-inforce the anti English sentiment with a commiserative post Brexit lovin. Trebles all round I reckon.