The remaining member states know a bargaining chip when they see one.
To reflect its voters, the party needs to reject the choice between a soft Brexit of free trade and a hard Brexit of immigration control.
The government will granted a half-day debate to the DUP just a week before the elections to Stormont.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn had both whipped MPs to vote for triggering Article 50.
The Norwich South MP, tipped as a future leader, has quit in order to vote against triggering Article 50.
David Clark explains why Romanians have taken to the street.
A well-planned ambush exposed May's inability to think on her feet.
The leader's office is planning for the succession, but no date has been set.
Three months ago, a disastrous political and economic experiment began. (And on the other side of the world, the US elected Donald Trump).
MPs have left themselves no real power to influence the Brexit talks.
MPs will be given the unpalatable choice of Theresa May's deal or a catastrophic Brexit.
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?