HBy wanting to humiliate her nation and herself by asking for more time in Brussels, the prime minister should not expect to be supported by her party's support.

Ninety-six other Conservative MPs and I voted against an extension of Brexit beyond Friday. Eighty others, including ministers, abstained. The order was passed only with the help of 223 Labor MPs who were flogged to support the government.

How has No 10 become so disconnected from his own deputies and supporters? This goes back at least seven years. In November 2012, when I joined the Conservatives campaign, I published a paper for David Cameron while he was prime minister. This clearly demonstrated the urgent need for …