The shadow secretary for Brexit has the heart of a Remainer - but head of a pragmatic politician in Brexit Britain.
Could tactical votes soften the Brexit blow?
Where does a liberal centrist's victory fit into your narrative of inevitable decline?
The phrase "taking back control" will come under scrutiny like never before.
Other non-Euro countries will miss Britain's lobbying - and Germany and France won't be too keen to make up for our lost budget contributions.
The former Labour politician described Corbyn's politics as "quite literally bonkers".
Brexit may well pose a threat to some of the few aspects of British culture that we can agree are truly indigenous - its ancient languages.
Who will provide a more effective opposition to the Brexit government?
Theresa May would win a mandate for single market withdrawal but have more time for a transitional period.
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