The prime minister will try again this week to get his draft deal through Parliament. He has one key thing going for him: a divided opposition.

He suspended Parliament and was rebuked by Britain's top court. He purged his party and lost a string of votes. After trying to strong-arm lawmakers into supporting his new Brexit plan, Prime Minister Boris Johnson was forced to ask for a delay for withdrawal from the European Union, a request he had vowed never to make.

Yet, while this litany of failures should be spectacularly good news for opponents of Brexit, who came out

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