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You can just about see the landing zone for a rebadged withdrawal agreement that, if you squint hard enough, looks like a victory for Johnson.
The Alliance leader on Brexit, the prospects for cooperation between Northern Ireland's Remain parties, and a hung parliament.
Even if Boris Johnson chooses to turn on the DUP, there is little evidence that he would attract the MPs needed to pass a deal.
The government has been forced to publish the assumptions driving civil service planning for a no-deal. Here's what it says.
The Prime Minister could strike a deal that he could spin as different to May's – but the DUP and Labour's rebels might not want to play along.
The purpose of the backstop is to uphold the Good Friday Agreement's mandated purposes: it is not anti-democratic.
Many think the law, which is supposed to protect sex workers, is instead a Trojan horse for Christian morality.
The argument is no longer tied to the Troubles, and an accompanying anti-English sentiment, but to economic reality.
But can his government communicate it?
A hard border in Ireland could scupper Boris Johnson's hopes of a US trade deal.
The political and policy-based implications of the new Northern Ireland Secretary.