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Yep, but he has to go through the motions of appearing to engage and be reasonable during which time he couldn't propose a motion of no confidence.  If the talks break down, he can always blame May's inflexibility and intransigence. Mind you, Labour would be in a right pickle if a motion of no confidence were proposed by another party while the talks were ongoing... they might have to manufacture a talks breakdown sharpish in order not to be seen to be collaborating with a Tory Brexiteer government.

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