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Plus, Israel goes to the polls and Lib Dems go home.
In conversation with ITV's Tom Bradby, the former prime minister revealed just how spectacularly his political project has failed.
Are the Lib Dems repeating the mistakes of Cleggmania? Some party veterans think so.
In joining the Lib Dems, Gyimah has continued a pattern of resignations that illustrates just how profoundly the big parties have changed.
A minority of members fear that the party has already sent an unquestionable message to Remainers and has nothing to gain by repeating itself.
The strategy is high risk, low reward.
Those who are sceptical of the party's new policy of cancelling Brexit without a referendum are now massively outnumbered internally.
How much has the party been changed by Brexit? At the moment, the answer is: not as much as you might expect.
The Liberal Democrat leader has two aims: to stop Brexit and to reconfigure British politics.
Alistair Carmichael, the party's chief whip, cited the party's Brexit-inspired membership boom in an at times uneasy defence of the defection of Philip Lee.
A moving debate culiminated in the party conference backing a boost to trans rights.