Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
The prime minister won’t fight the next election – or at least recognises that nobody wants her to.
The prime minister told the 1922 Committee that the only way of passing a Brexit deal would be with the DUP’s support - which they are unwilling to give.
Downing Street has given a strong hint that the Prime Minister will tell Tory MPs she will stand down after Brexit.
1922 Committee chairman Graham Brady has briefed journalists on what happens now.
Jeremy Hunt and Sajid Javid are both said to be advocating no-deal lite. It could win over Tory MPs, but it’s a non-starter in Brussels.
MPs won’t get a vote on not having a vote – and Downing Street says it won’t extend Article 50.
Downing Street has told Conservative parliamentary private secretaries that the PM will return to Brussels to “push back” on the contentious mechanism.
The election of the new leader of Welsh Labour marks a watershed for Corbynism. Here he explains his politics in his own words.
The Labour leader has made an explicit plea for support from the government's allies.
There is no way to do so without the approval of MPs – and there is no incentive for Tory rebels and the DUP to let her.