George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
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.
The Labour leader first declared his support for an earnings cap in 2015. Why wasn't it repeated?
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