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The government is approaching the next phase of the Brexit talks with a series of irreconcilable objectives.
The Withdrawal Agreement Bill will complete its passage through the Commons today – what does that mean and why is it being sidelined in the media?
The demands made by committed Brexiteers are reasonably easy for the EU to meet — provided the UK is willing to swallow concessions.
The chair of the Brexit select committee confirms to the New Statesman that the committee “will disappear” after 31 January.
The blog isn’t all word salad – but an awful lot of it is.
Another year, another set of howlers.
The party's pro-Brexit MPs spent three years looking for ways to back Brexit in theory, but not in practice.
The ability of the government to keep its promises on tax and spend rests entirely on the UK’s final trading arrangements.
The ERG hasn’t gone anywhere.
The party knows it has a problem with small towns. But it is muddled about what precisely the problem is.