Conservative MEP Vicky Ford points to the examples of Lichtenstein and Belgium, and challenges the view that unrestricted free movement is is a red line for single market participation. I've never been quite sure about this argument, although the precedent is definitely there. Even so, Richard North has been exploring this idea on his blog for some time, and released a monograph on the subject back in July.
Christopher Booker writes in the Telegraph about "What Theresa May did and very carefully did not say about Brexit." Booker digs into the details of the speech, finding that what wasn't said is more important that what was, and that the PM's stance is not as hard as most think.
As I said, a slow week. To make up for it here are some follow recommendations for all of you on Twitter. There are people from all Brexit camps here, some with whom I often agree and others that I often don't.
David Allen Green
Hosuk Lee Makiyama
I'll add more as I think of them.
'Til next time.