I am Captain Ahab, and Dan is my great white whale, enraging and mocking me in equal measure through his continued political survival.
A series of elections will mean Britain's Brexit deal will be on the backburner until at least January 2018.
Jeremy Corbyn’s strategy has been driven by the politics of the Westminster bubble.
The party is hoping that EU withdrawal will vanish as an issue. Its wish is unlikely to be granted.
Voting against Article 50 will keep in good standing with the membership, but further narrow his path to the ballot paper in the parliamentary Labour party.
47 Labour MPs and Ken Clarke joined with seven Liberal Democrats, Caroline Lucas and the SNP.
It is Emmanuel Macron who has the most to gain.
The government must do more to support low-income households and to boost productivity.
Financial services could play a constructive role in negotiations, committing to high regulatory standards in return for maximum market access.
The Prime Minister's confident assurances on Nato and the NHS risk making her a hostage to fortune.
Once Article 50 is triggered, parliament will be marginalised.
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