Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
Opponents of a new vote in the PLP are circulating a letter that will urge Labour's negotiating team to agree a Brexit deal without insisting on a referendum.
As much as Brexiteers are convinced of the contrary, the fact remains that Conservative Party is committed to leaving the European Union.
The Eurogroup president and Portuguese finance minister on how Lisbon’s left beat populism, the future of the eurozone, and what Jeremy Corbyn can learn from Lisbon’s anti-austerity government.
The star candidate for Farage’s Brexit Party, Annunziata Rees-Mogg, is another sign that the party Cameron built is dead.
The Sinn Féin president on Irish unity, Brexit, abstentionism and the British rush for Irish passports.
The conservative philosopher has been dismissed for comments made in a New Statesman interview.
Attempting to maintain a focus on public services might not just be impossible, but inadvisable.
Keir Starmer has made clear to Labour MPs tonight that any deal with the government must have their support. Even if May shifts her red lines, she will struggle to meet that threshold.
The Prime Minister has for the first time explicitly warned Conservative MPs they face a choice: “Leave the European Union with a deal or do not leave at all.”
Neither side is currently prepared to accept the political pain that compromise would entail.