There are not enough Labour rebels to cancel out the Tory Brexiteers, pro-EU Tories wanting another referendum and the DUP.
No 10 hopes a no-deal Brexit would be such a nightmare for both the UK and the continued existence of the Tory Party that dissidents will back the PM’s deal. But that’s far from certain.
The National Crime Agency is to investigate Banks over suspicions that he was “not the true source” of his contributions to Leave.EU.
Too many EU supporters are displaying the arrogance that led to defeat in the 2016 referendum.
It’s hard to tell if the incompetence proves this document is fake – or real.
The Brexit strategies of the past two prime ministers have been predicated on the assumption that people will give up on their fundamental beliefs just because Downing Street wants them to.
If Labour MPs rate their chances of getting a better deal than the Prime Minister, they’re more likely to vote against hers.
The Prime Minister is no closer to a solution to the Irish border backstop that will not disappoint either her parliamentary allies or Tory Leavers.
Whether a deal is around the corner or miles off, the Prime Minister has lost the trust of both the right-wing media and her party.
With a foreword by actor Michael Sheen, a new book of portraits and interviews gives a voice to people affected by social issues such as austerity, Brexit, deindustrialisation, nationalism and cuts to public services.
For the government, the immigration minister’s admisssion on EU citizens’ rights post-Brexit was the other shoe that has been waiting to drop.