Decision day for MPs

15th January 2019:

This evening MPs finally vote on Theresa May's deal - but already the Government are saying that if the deal is defeated, then MPs will be asked to vote on it again - with a new motion but with 'much the same form' and 'the same content' according to Attorney General Geoffrey Cox.

And on the BBC's Today programme this morning Michael Gove said "[some] MPs are changing their minds".

All of which begs the question - if MPs get to vote twice, and can change their minds, why are the rest of us being denied a chance to show if any of us have change our minds?

If those who believe in Brexit aren't willing to let the people of this country have the final say, is it because they are frightened they might lose a Peoples' Vote?