Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
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.
The prime minister has picked one of her closest allies to succeed Greg Hands as trade minister despite his lack of experience.
Avoiding a vote on expanding the airport on the grounds he will be travelling looks like a cop-out in the wake of the international trade minister quitting.
Theresa May has deferred another painful fight over Brexit, but the reputational damage sustained by pro-EU rebels in the row over the meaningful vote means she could well win it.
An unscientific and incomplete guide.
The row over medicinal use of the drug highlights May’s inability to take decisions – and how leadership contenders are filling the power vacuum it leaves.
Some Conservative MPs are increasingly disinclined to defy the whip for tomorrow’s vote on whether to give the Commons the right to direct Brexit negotiations.
Hunt’s colleagues agree that positioning as a champion of the NHS and willingness to entertain new taxes to fund it is savvy politics.
That this year's event was not a disaster but a qualified success has made the argument for it to be held again next year – when its success can be more fairly judged.