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Ailbhe Rea is political correspondent at the New Statesman.
As Tory MPs prepare to rebel and Labour plans to abstain, the government is being forced to provide greater economic support.
For the final hurdle of its coronavirus response, the government is leaving people to consider their own ethical position.
A vote on the measure in January could see the government defeated.
In maybe his best Prime Minister's Questions to date, the Labour leader found a questioning format that allowed him to highlight all the government's weaknesses.
There's no deal yet to approve, but the Labour Party is already leaning towards voting for a Brexit deal that comes before the House of Commons.
The Prime Minister's tougher, adapted tiered system for England is a last-ditch attempt to smooth out his government's coronavirus policy for the home stretch.
The former Labour prime minister tells the New Statesman podcast why Corbyn must “admit that he got it wrong”, what he thinks of Boris Johnson’s No 10, and more.
MPs have written to Jacob Rees-Mogg urging him to allow time to debate and pass a bill allowing NHS and social care workers the automatic right to stay in the UK
While drama in the Labour Party rumbled on in the background, PMQs exposed new areas of cross-party pressure on the government.
The government has ordered 100 million doses of the Oxford vaccine, compared with 40 million of the Pfizer vaccine and five million of the Moderna product.