Having been rebuffed by EU leaders, the Prime Minister restated her hope for “further clarification” on the Irish backstop – but that won’t change the parliamentary arithmetic.
Downing Street has confirmed that the meaningful vote won’t be held this side of Christmas – upping the chances of no deal or an Article 50 extension.
The salary is double the average household income.
Mocking a tweet by his rival and former prime minister, the Ed Stone rises again.
The Prime Minister won more than half of all votes cast by Tory MPs, but considerable obstacles to passing a Brexit deal remain.
The prime minister won’t fight the next election – or at least recognises that nobody wants her to.
The prime minister told the 1922 Committee that the only way of passing a Brexit deal would be with the DUP’s support - which they are unwilling to give.
Reinstating the whip ahead of a vital vote is not a good look.
Downing Street has given a strong hint that the Prime Minister will tell Tory MPs she will stand down after Brexit.
Could the risk of a no-deal disaster apply pressure on EU leaders? And how do European politicians feel about the prospect of a new British prime minister?
The cancellation of Brexit and the election of Jeremy Corbyn would transform the mood in Europe.