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.
The Labour leader is coming under pressure to trigger a vote he can’t win. Here’s why.
The Prime Minister is betting that the fear of no deal will get her the Brexit she wants. Trouble is, so is everyone else.
The paths forward are either uncertain or merely aggravate the government’s Brexit problem.
For now, pro-European victories will continue to be confined to the courts.
What made the chief whip, Julian Smith, agree to having a camera crew there as his career goes up in smoke?
It’s just that it’s a very big one.
Nick Timothy was the literal author of the policy that contributed more to the current crisis than any other.
So what’s left to avert a no-deal exit?
Rightly or wrongly, both sides think that it is in the Tory party’s interests to make the next election about Brexit.
Although the Home Secretary had an easier ride than Theresa May, the essential problem of parliamentary arithmetic remains unchanged.