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Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
The Conservative membership's overwhelming endorsement of a no-deal Brexit could cause problems for a frontrunner with no majority.
The tide of voters turning to the Liberal Democrats could be just as profound a challenge for the Tories as the return of Farage.
The Shadow Cabinet has endorsed a new process designed to speed up disciplinary action against Labour members accused of anti-Semitism - but many MPs remain unconvinced.
The party's Lords group has decided against a vote of no confidence, a move that will make MPs' lives considerably easier ahead of their looming reselection battle.
The former business minister won 63 per cent to Ed Davey's 37 per cent and is the party's first woman leader.
The MP for Dover and former government whip will appear before magistrates in September.
Cabinet MPs are making plans to jump before they’re pushed, but Johnson should be more worried about his working majority.
Alan Duncan's departure makes the case for a general election stronger – but each resignation makes getting Brexit done before going to the country ever more difficult.
Supporters of the Tory leadership favourite fear the departure of the Chancellor and David Gauke will cause serious problems in Westminster and Brussels.
The next prime minister could face a test of their foreign policy judgement - and a clash with Donald Trump - much earlier than expected.