Stephen Bush is special correspondent at the New Statesman. His daily briefing, Morning Call, provides a quick and essential guide to domestic and global politics.
It doesn't really matter if the Tories are unified around a position that doesn't work.
Dominic Cummings has become the latest Vote Leave official to try to muddy his part in the unfolding disaster.
What a difference an election makes.
The Foreign Secretary's difficulty is that he doesn't have a natural faction, and can count on the unstinting service of just a few MPs.
His Telegraph article has strengthened rather than weakened the fears MPs have about him.
The Tory obsession with the 18-24s is leading them to neglect their problem with 24 to 55-year-olds.
Political support for the Schengen travel zone is eroding among member states.
The world has changed a lot since Britain voted Leave – unless you’re a Conservative.
The DUP voted against the government for the first time since their £1bn deal.
“The government is like a doughnut,” says one MP. “It has no centre”.