The Clacton MP quits his party but insists he will not rejoin the Conservatives or trigger a by-election.
If Downing Street agrees to hold it, Yes start as favourites. If Theresa May blocks a vote, the nationalists' big argument is only strengthened.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will have a majority in Holyrood when demanding a second poll.
Scottish unionists don't want another referendum. But if Labour tries to block indyref 2, it hands nationalists a grievance.
A former House of Commons clerk on the mechanics behind a deeply significant piece of legislation.
The consequences of failing to reach an agreement will be economically and politically punitive.
Last year a million newcomers arrived. European migration policy is going to adapt. In the meantime, Britain must not step into the void.
Since judges ruled that parliament had to vote on Brexit in her legal challenge, Miller has received torrents of abuse online.
Most freelancers are not management consultants - and they don't even get sick pay.
The former Chancellor's political gameplaying has ensnared his successor.
With power-sharing in the balance, NI minister James Brokenshire is talking up the possibility of a new poll.
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