Stephen Bush is political editor of the New Statesman. His daily briefing, Morning Call, provides a quick and essential guide to domestic and global politics.
Anyone betting against the Labour leader is likely to lose more than their shirt.
The prospects of another election or a further referendum are both receding.
The Prime Minister retreated into vagueness, but she won’t be able to escape definition for long.
They can’t all be right. Someone in this queue is an idiot. But who?
Parliament is deadlocked.
The backstop reveals the central problem of Brexit: Remainers won’t thank the government for it and Leavers won’t be satisified.
The withdrawal agreement looks to be dead in the water, as Westminster becomes ever more dysfunctional.
Parliament is about to enter a high-stakes game of bluff and double-bluff.
The Plaid Cymru politician was one of the youngest ever members of the Welsh Assembly.
Although the unfairness of the policy remains, the political difficulty has been remedied.