George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
Ahead of tomorrow's by-elections, Corbyn damned Theresa May for putting the service in a "state of emergency".
The French presidential candidate warned that he would not accept "any caveat or any waiver" at a press briefing in London.
The Prime Minister's confident assurances on Nato and the NHS risk making her a hostage to fortune.
As the shadow Brexit secretary sorrowfully remarked, Article 50 is "very difficult" for the party.
After her Brexit speech, the PM declared of Jeremy Corbyn: "I've got a plan - he doesn't have a clue".
In her Brexit speech, the Prime Minister raised the stakes by declaring that "no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain".
The party's poll ratings, Jeremy Corbyn's leadership and the boundary changes are pushing MPs towards the exit.
A pro-leadership candidate would strengthen his authority but would risk him owning defeat.
The party's current rules bar the group from doing so - and that is unlikely to change.
As Jeremy Corbyn warned that she was in "denial" over the "crisis", the PM sought to shift attention to the economy.