George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
New Conservatives have long feared they could be punished for Brexit.
The anticipated fall in newcomers to the UK will hit the public finances.
Many MPs who hope for a second referendum are keeping their powder dry.
The Labour leader's confusion between the IMF and the IFS allowed Theresa May to safely escape.
Tony Blair and John Major may be on their side. But not many others are.
The Chancellor's reassuring manner makes him a credible bearer of good and bad news.
Faced with Brexit and a small majority, any change will be gradual.
The new Chancellor softened, rather than abandoned, austerity. But Brexit could change his course.
A ban on letting agent fees is the latest policy to be lifted by the Conservatives.
The Brexiteers believe that their foes will struggle to emulate their successful revolts.
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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