Up to 100 Labour MPs could vote with the government, despite the plans failing four of the party’s tests.
The health secretary’s hard line on Brexit is a bid to prove his credentials to colleagues.
The divisive defence secretary might not profit from it, but May allies fear defence rows have the potential to destabilise the Prime Minister.
Only about two per cent of the population are members of a political party.
A third runway would meet the economic and environmental conditions I set as shadow transport secretary - MPs must back Britain's interests.
For any ambitious Tory with connections to the capital, even losing has its advantages.
Unless the internal politics of the 19 member states line up with one another, necessary reforms will always hit the buffers.
The prime minister has picked one of her closest allies to succeed Greg Hands as trade minister despite his lack of experience.
Even some Tory Leavers now concede that Britain will end up in an inferior position.
You don’t have to back Scottish independence to appreciate today’s SNP as an emblem of decency, progressiveness and social conscience.
A sub-plot of the failed meaningful vote amendement was that it proved that Labour are only ever going to be veto players on Brexit votes.