The Prime Minister is betting that the economic hit from putting border control first will be delayed and go unnoticed.
The questions about who knew what, when about Lowell Goddard refuse to go away.
The minister for Brexit even revealed snippets of new information.
The Republican presidential candidate took debate night back to the nursery.
Ian Murray has a fight on his hands.
And three other things we learned today.
The Corbyn critics have found a platform outside the shadow cabinet.
Labour's Lisa Nandy forced the PM to admit that she knew of "suspicion and "rumour" over Lowell Goddard.
We already have age checks in place.
The Government has announced that tea, jam and biscuits will be at the heart of our trade plans. This is a bad idea.
Tory PMs have led rebellions against the elite before.
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