Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
The Prime Minister has appointed her closest aide as a minister in a move that Tory MPs believe reflects her imminent demise.
Jeremy Corbyn has told Labour MPs that a confirmatory vote is part of its negotiations with the government.
In a sign of the opposition's fraught internal politics, the Labour leader told Labour MPs "no commitments" had been made - and stressed he had raised a new referendum.
Two members of the government have quit in protest at Prime Minister’s decision to enter talks with Jeremy Corbyn and effectively rule out no-deal. An exodus could follow.
The self-styled “Brexit hardman” on the Conservative Party’s existential crisis.
We're beginning to see how both parties might fight the general election that could take place during a long Article 50 extension.
The Prime Minister appeared to open the door to the sort of Brexit that could split her party.
A new cross-party effort to force a further Article 50 extension leaves big questions unanswered.
The former minister resigned the Conservative whip after MPs voted to reject his Common Market 2.0 plan.
Nigel Dodds says the party would sooner stay in the EU than accept Theresa May’s deal. If the union comes first, it’s one of the few Brexit outcomes that actually works.