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What we’ve been watching in Parliament, ever since the referendum, is the political equivalent of the Eton Wall Game. An obscure sport with opaque rules, played by an elite few, and which to the bewildered outsider appears to consist solely of a never-ending scrum. For all the effort and exertion, all the pushing and pulling, nothing actually seems to happen: just a grunting, grinding stalemate, in which the two opposing teams struggle in vain to inch forward down a farcically narrow pitch. Sometimes one team appears to have the upper hand, and sometimes it’s the other. But, no matter how long play drags on for, neither of them ever manages to score.

Today in the Commons the two teams settled...

What we’ve been watching in Parliament, ever since the referendum, is the political equivalent of the Eton Wall Game. An obscure sport with opaque rules, played by an elite few, and which to the bewildered outsider appears to consist solely of a never-ending scrum. For all the effort and exertion, all the pushing and pulling, nothing actually seems to happen: just a grunting, grinding stalemate, in which the two opposing teams struggle in vain to inch forward down a farcically narrow pitch. Sometimes one team appears to have the upper hand, and sometimes it’s the other. But, no matter how long play drags on for, neither of them ever manages to score.

Today in the Commons the two teams settled...

What we’ve been watching in Parliament, ever since the referendum, is the political equivalent of the Eton Wall Game. An obscure sport with opaque rules, played by an elite few, and which to the bewildered outsider appears to consist solely of a never-ending scrum. For all the effort and exertion, all the pushing and pulling, nothing actually seems to happen: just a grunting, grinding stalemate, in which the two opposing teams struggle in vain to inch forward down a farcically narrow pitch. Sometimes one team appears to have the upper hand, and sometimes it’s the other. But, no matter how long play drags on for, neither of them ever manages to score.

Today in the Commons the two teams settled...

What we’ve been watching in Parliament, ever since the referendum, is the political equivalent of the Eton Wall Game. An obscure sport with opaque rules, played by an elite few, and which to the bewildered outsider appears to consist solely of a never-ending scrum. For all the effort and exertion, all the pushing and pulling, nothing actually seems to happen: just a grunting, grinding stalemate, in which the two opposing teams struggle in vain to inch forward down a farcically narrow pitch. Sometimes one team appears to have the upper hand, and sometimes it’s the other. But, no matter how long play drags on for, neither of them ever manages to score.

Today in the Commons the two teams settled...