George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
As the Prime Minister commits to leaving the Single Market and the Customs Union, parliament will seek to take back control.
Britain's party leaders are becoming greyer and more left-wing.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has confronted his party with a clear economic choice.
The majority of voters backed parties who support a soft exit from the EU.
An increasing number in Theresa May's party believe she should form a minority administration.
After seven years of spending cuts, the UK's frayed public realm cannot be disguised.
After the party's surprising revival, the mood among its ranks is transformed.
The Tories will remove May once they believe they are strong enough.
The shouts were replaced with cheers as the Labour leader promised to "remain in permanent campaign mode".
The Labour leader bound together socialists, liberal Remainers, red Ukippers and protest voters.