Parliament faces straight forward choices. The Withdrawal Agreement Deal, No Deal; or a long extension which will mean taking part in EU elections whilst campaigners carry on agitating to stop Brexit.
For some, the third choice is the preferred outcome. An absolute majority of MPs are opposed to a second referendum or to revoking Article 50. But Labour’s priority in the 2017 General Election and in the 2018 Party Conference motion was to secure a deal.
After extensive lobbying from the All Party Parliamentary Group for Children of Alcoholics, of which Caroline is a key member, the Government agreed to allocate £6 million in funding for children of alcoholics.