Stephen Bush is special correspondent at the New Statesman and the PSA's Journalist of the Year. His daily briefing, Morning Call, provides a quick and essential guide to domestic and global politics.
The former Vote Leave strategist’s opinion on Article 50 takes the headlines, but the rest of what he has to say is more important in the present day.
A sharply worded statement – using the words “door”, “hit you” and “way out” – would have helped heal the breach between Labour and the Jewish community.
A leaked cabinet letter paints the Environment Secretary in a very positive light. Presumably because he wrote it.
In the event of an early election, what would be Labour’s Brexit position?
Returning to the polling booths could deepen the current parliamentary stalemate, rather than ease it.
Press start to find out!
The Prime Minister is being acccused of using the coming celebations to sneak out the creation of ten new Tory peers.
The Commission feels the backstop plan would offer the UK the benefits of three of the four freedoms of the single market.
Anyone believing we are more than “half way” to the end of it all is kidding themselves.