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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.
Who will replace May as Conservative Party leader?
Extended deadlock, at least as long as this parliament sits, looks likely.
Another election wouldn’t change the question as far as the European Union is concerned.
The pro-Corbyn organisation will turn its focus away from internal reform of the Labour party and towards policy.
May brought a lawyer to her last meeting with Graham Brady, which gives you an idea how acrimonious this gathering is going to be.
Everyone in Westminster believes voters feel hostile towards the establishment, so why can’t Labour harness that feeling?
The government’s hope is that the Brexit Party’s expected success in the European elections will scare up the remaining 33 votes that it needs.
Theresa May is under pressure from her party to call off the talks, while Labour MPs are demanding Jeremy Corbyn hardens Labour’s position on Brexit.
These polls would be unbelievably good for Change – which is why I’m inclined not to believe them.
D’Hondt rush to judgement.