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With Theresa May's deal still struggling to get through Parliament, what does her cabinet think should be the alternative way forward? Her top team is supposedly dominated by ministers ready for no-deal. By our count, 15 of them - including Jeremy Hunt - feel that way, while just 10 prefer a softer route such as accepting a customs union.

Yet it is hard to discern any no-deal inclined majority from how ministers behave publicly. Steve Barclay responded to yesterday's round of indicative votes by declaring that "the only option is to find a way through that allows the UK to leave with a deal".

The Brexit Secretary's apparent ruling out of a no-deal Brexit might strike people as bizarre given that...

With Theresa May's deal still struggling to get through Parliament, what does her cabinet think should be the alternative way forward? Her top team is supposedly dominated by ministers ready for no-deal. By our count, 15 of them - including Jeremy Hunt - feel that way, while just 10 prefer a softer route such as accepting a customs union.

Yet it is hard to discern any no-deal inclined majority from how ministers behave publicly. Steve Barclay responded to yesterday's round of indicative votes by declaring that "the only option is to find a way through that allows the UK to leave with a deal".

The Brexit Secretary's apparent ruling out of a no-deal Brexit might strike people as bizarre given that...

With Theresa May's deal still struggling to get through Parliament, what does her cabinet think should be the alternative way forward? Her top team is supposedly dominated by ministers ready for no-deal. By our count, 15 of them - including Jeremy Hunt - feel that way, while just 10 prefer a softer route such as accepting a customs union.

Yet it is hard to discern any no-deal inclined majority from how ministers behave publicly. Steve Barclay responded to yesterday's round of indicative votes by declaring that "the only option is to find a way through that allows the UK to leave with a deal".

The Brexit Secretary's apparent ruling out of a no-deal Brexit might strike people as bizarre given that...

With Theresa May's deal still struggling to get through Parliament, what does her cabinet think should be the alternative way forward? Her top team is supposedly dominated by ministers ready for no-deal. By our count, 15 of them - including Jeremy Hunt - feel that way, while just 10 prefer a softer route such as accepting a customs union.

Yet it is hard to discern any no-deal inclined majority from how ministers behave publicly. Steve Barclay responded to yesterday's round of indicative votes by declaring that "the only option is to find a way through that allows the UK to leave with a deal".

The Brexit Secretary's apparent ruling out of a no-deal Brexit might strike people as bizarre given that...