The EU will take steps to make no deal easier for itself. It will still come with a hefty cost for the United Kingdom.
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.
Such is the disunity that the Scottish party may even declare independence from the UK Conservatives.
It’s that age-old problem again: the backstop.
Meet the new boss, not quite the same as the old boss.
Conservative MPs are doubtful that the Prime Minister means what she says.
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 PM won the confidence vote not by setting out the case for her withdrawal agreement, but by vowing to sand off its edges.
Just seven Conservative MPs are sufficient to defeat the Prime Minister in the House of Commons. She lost 117.
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.