The Hastings and Rye MP has a lot to prove in her new job and a huge number of problems inherited from her predecessor.
When it comes to social issues, British and Irish citizens in Northern Ireland are being denied what is available in the rest of the United Kingdom.
The collapse of the DUP’s confidence and supply agreement with the government suits the party: it shows that only the DUP has the ability to provide a Tory government with both of those things.
He burned brightly, he burned briefly, he burned many, many bridges.
If May won a confidence vote she could not face another one for a year. There is a huge reluctance to allow the May era to drag on until the end of 2019.
House of Cards this is not. We have on our hands an intense political crisis which carries overarching economic ramifications for the whole country.
For the ERG leadership, the real victory would be demonstrating conclusively that May’s Withdrawal Agreement did not have a chance of passing parliament.
The Prime Minister maintained that her Brexit deal was in the national interest and “delivers on the priorities of the British people”. But ever fewer MPs agree with her.
The former Work and Pensions Secretary’s deeply disingenuous resignation letter ignores reality, in three boastful sentences.
After several ministers resign over the deal, what’s next? Here’s everything you need to know
Uncharted constitutional territory.