1. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-49359664) reduced by 90%. (I’m a bot)
    > Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson said she would not support making Mr Corbyn PM. Responding to Mr Corbyn's offer, she said Mr Corbyn's plan was not "Viable" because he lacked the required support among opposition MPs in Parliament.

    > There's a significant proportion of MPs who would be prepared to stop no deal, but at the moment they're not quite coalescing around Mr Corbyn's plan.

    > Four Conservatives have said they are prepared to meet Mr Corbyn to discuss stopping a no-deal Brexit but have not explicitly supported Mr Corbyn's plan.

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  2. Really? People have a problem with the idea that basically goes “everyone should just make me PM for a bit so that I can call a GE then you should all vote me PM so its official”?

    No thanks jezza.

  3. There are ‘people’ who want a no-deal Brexit, so of course there is resistance.

    Doesn’t mean that just about anything within political boundaries is better than a no-deal Brexit.

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