Takeaways from today:
1. Actual Opposition. united on Brexit with 170 qs, agreed line on accepting result, Corbyn prepped, Starmer effective
2. More than enough concerned backbench Tories putting head above parapet - not all got to speak - more than majority
3. Withering respected ex-Ministers re CPC, directly criticising - lack of cabinet consultation on A50 timing etc Morgan/Perry/Clarke
4. First time, after a summer honeymoon, Opposition politicians have got stuck in to the PM's personal electoral mandate or lack thereof
5. ex-AG Dominic Grieve's comments alone extraordinary. Concerns about whole basis of contracts and rule of law and decrying No 10 "diktat"
6. It was the whole framing of the announcements at CPC that have yielded this @HouseofCommons moment, and it's not going away now
7. LAbour, Tory sceptics, Clegg, Chancellor, business all using same language of "no one voted Brexit for people to lose jobs"
8. CPC genuinely had impact on biz confidence - reps in Brum staggered at gloating nature of hard Brexit fans, activated contingency plans
9. Sterling fall, gilt yield rise, politic uncertainty feeding off each other. Buying a (false) story of a Brexit vote, selling Davis speech
10. Right now can't see how govt won't be obliged to publish outline negotiation terms/ sectoral economic analyses & prob have vote too
11. Don't forget the court case tomorrow - attorney general vs Lord Pannick. Rees Mogg says he expects an A50 vote anyway