Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
Corbyn's comments put Labour's hard-won reputation for responsibility in Northern Ireland is at risk.
Labour edges closer to a Brexit compromise – but will voters even care?
If a no-deal is to be avoided, either the Tories or Labour must incur the political pain of a deal that is acceptable to enough Labour MPs.
The Labour leader said he would make the case for a deal that protected jobs and living standards. A cross-party agreement is still the only surefire way to prevent no-deal.
In a play for support from Tory Brexiteers, the prime minister has pledged to demand something the EU will not offer.
A complete guide to the amendments to the 29 January vote.
Tory MPs are increasingly disgruntled about plans to cancel next month’s recess.
For would-be rebels, the risk of being seen to stop Brexit is a bridge too far.
It’s not all about Brexit.
Some Tories believe they could elect a new prime minister amongst themselves – before giving members a say in a year’s time.