George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
The Brexiteers believe that their foes will struggle to emulate their successful revolts.
The US president's multiple defects will distract from the greatest danger of all.
For the Labour leader, attacking the government is now a pleasure rather than merely a duty.
The party leadership is determined the UK will leave. But activists may have other ideas.
"Taking back control" could require an extra 30,000 civil servants.
The Liberal Democrats and the SNP will vote against triggering Article 50. Others are playing a longer game.
The Prime Minister could yet become the target of the Leavers' outrage.
Left-wingers will draw contradictory conclusions from the final collapse of the "third way".
The shadow Brexit secretary and former DPP denounced the "appalling personal attacks" on the judiciary.
Political and economic circumstances both support a snap contest.
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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