Yes, parliament can block a no-deal Brexit – if it can just agree on how
If a majority of the Commons voted for some specific plan then that would indeed be the plan. We’ve understood this point for some time now.
The parliamentary Brexit problem is that there’s a majority against the current plan, crashing out with no deal on October 31. But there’s no majority for any other plan.
We know, this, we’ve been saying it for some time now.