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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.
It's not clear if the divided coalition that defeated the government today can cohere around a practical alternative to a no-deal Brexit.
The party’s MPs are concerned that the row will spill over into their trigger ballots.
Parliament must remember that deploring or delaying leaving the EU with no agreement is not the same as preventing it.
The Liberal Democrats’ leadership frontrunner considers the party’s time in coalition government.
There was a lot to go over in Theresa May's second-to-last PMQs.
Johnson’s biggest appeal to Conservative MPs is their belief that he offers them the best route to keeping their seats.
The election is a reminder that ultimately it’s member states who have primacy, not European-wide institutions.
Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay told Michel Barnier five times that the withdrawal agreement is “dead”, underlining that the trajectory of the government is towards a no-deal Brexit.
The approach broadly worked for Johnson as London mayor, but there are difficulties in porting it over to Downing Street.
If there is another Conservative government after the next election, it will likely have been kept in office only by English voters.