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's those seeking to prevent a referendum re-run who have the most to fear from a bungled exit.
Labour believe their small lead will only grow – but some Tories think that the only way for the opposition is down.
The government sees leaving the EU as an objective in of itself, which is one reason why it is bungling it.
Most Tory MPs take a dim view of the public infighting, but the Prime Minister's hands are tied.
The jostling for advantage in the party will continue long into the summer and beyond.
The BBC has always been pioneering, but now it's made the Mail and the Telegraph care about the gender pay gap.
This week might be remembered as the last time the Prime Minister had any real power at all.
The proposed boundary changes would make the parliamentary arithmetic more comfortable for the Tories – but they will struggle to pass them.
Philip Hammond has few political friends, and his value to the cabinet's soft Brexiteers is limited.
The Labour peer is one of a small number who have grasped the scale of the Brexit vote.