Let no one ever say that the plans to leave the European Union have not had sufficient debate in the House of Commons. There was another full day of debate yesterday not even curtailed by any urgent business. At the end of it both sides appeared satisfied. Of course the Liberal Democrats and the SNP were unhappy but they will do anything to frustrate the will of the majority who voted to Leave. For most MP’s even those who campaigned and voted remain the reality is dawning. The U.K. Is leaving the EU and what is more the Article 50 notice which will trigger the formal start of the negotiations will be served before the end of March. At the end of yesterday’s debate MP’s voted by a majority of 372 to back the Prime Minister’s timetable with just 89 MP’s voting against.