... appears to imply, possibly rightly, that parliament derives its sovereignty from the people and therefore does not possess a divine right to defy the biggest democratic mandate in British political history.
Recent shenanigans are not really about blocking no deal, it's all about blocking Brexit and parliamentarians are hoping millions of working-class people are just too stupid to work it out.
Just how we conspired to cock up our survival after winning 7 out of 8 league games from Dec through to early Feb is almost too painful to contemplate sixteen years later.
Astonishingly we were even doing better in 1995 with 12 points from 20 games (that was a miserable campaign scarred by the Old Trafford massacre though we did win at Anfield for the first time - so Ipswich).
And in 1955 (when we last dropped into the third tier) we won 11 games from 42 so only another 10 to go now.
Keep the faith and carry on praying for a miracle.