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The Liberal Democrat leader has two aims: to stop Brexit and to reconfigure British politics.
The papers are distracted by her dancing, but the Prime Minister’s Waterloo is yet to come.
Chequers rebels liked the prime minister’s speech – except, crucially, the bits on the EU. An explosion is still inevitable.
Theresa May announces an end to low-skilled EU migration for salaries below a certain threshold.
Hypocrisy dressed up as flattery.
The Prime Minister's promise to end austerity was a mark of how the centre has shifted leftwards.
Dancing queen, feel the heat from your PR team, oh yeah.
The party is politically and intellectually exhausted - and it doesn’t know what to do about it.
“She just needs to leave the door ever so slightly ajar,” says one senior member of the ERG. But there is no way that the Prime Minister can.
Forget about Brexit for a moment: the potential for the British to have a really grim half-decade is underappreciated.
Anna Soubry’s comments may appear unhelpful – but the Conservatives have a crisis looming.