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.
Revocation is not a majority position among MPs, but its popularity is growing.
It seems not to have occurred to the Prime Minister that giving a deeply irresponsible speech parroting betrayal tropes would not encourage MPs to vote for her deal.
Theresa May needs to create situations which strengthen the Labour leader, not weaken him.
The Prime Minister has a long history of Brexit promises that turn out to be untrue.
The Speaker’s political mission is to facilitate the fullest expression of the will of the House and to give the government a hard time.
The EU27 are themselves torn over how best to approach the transition question.
All of the options look implausible
Tory Brexiteers are reportedly fearing that the choice is now between a bad deal and no Brexit at all.
First they said it'd happen by February. Then the end of February. Then the beginning of March. Then the middle.
There's no majority for a second referendum, but the Independent Group got what it needed from this vote.