What I expected was to be done by the House of Commons It has been done instead by the House of Lords.
It is a widespread belief, even abroad, that Lords are people of privileges, living in the past, insensitive and rich enough to snub all the rest of the world, indifferent to anybody'else problems.
I don't know if that's true.
What I know for sure it's that yesterday 358 (against 256) of them vote an amendment to secure the acquired rights of 3 millions of EU citizens living in UK.
But why such a vote is surprising?
I'll try to answer this question.
In my opinion as the Commoners were afraid to lose the political consent by the voters, they voted, on both fronts (tories and labs) giving carte blanche to Government on Brexit bill.
The sad truth is that inspite we rant about democracy, a forum of no elected people (The Lords, as matter of fact) remember the world, with their amendment, the real basis of morality and principles of human rights.
And in times of trumps, lepens and various despots, pushed by blind populism, it's not really a poor thing.
And anyway, I told you various times that London is forever.