I thought QT was actually quite illuminating last night. Mostly constructive, intelligent contributions - with the exceptions of Diane Abbott and Isabel Oakeshott.
Rory Stewart played a blinder with his unemptional assessment and reluctance to make political points (the latter mostly shared by Kirdsty Blackman). And he couldn't conceal his glee when Diane walked herself into a political corner and then like a confused Roomba kept on bumping.
I was impressed by Anand Menon's point about #BrexRef2. To paraphrase - a reasonably likely (but note, not a given!) outcome of a 52/48 result for remain but with a lower turnout than the first vote wouldn't help, it would probably make things worse.
The second-best outcome for the UK economy now would seem to be an adjustment to the current deal that does the minimum possible to satisfy the hard Brexiteers whilst staying as close to the single market as possible. Whether that particular venn diagram has an overlap, though, I'm not so sure.