(Assuming that the House indeed meets this weekend and assuming again that there are any votes.)
There’s a very strong law-and-order focus, with almost a third of those announced covering law enforcement or criminal sentencing.
Amid heated speculation, we reproduce the possible outcome presented by the former EU adviser to Theresa May.
The Prime Minister and Taoiseach met today to try to break the deadlock over the Northern Irish backstop.
A chemical engineer, a jewellery entrepreneur and former Miss India finalist, and a nurse who fought Ebola in Sierra Leone.
Former MPs Amanda Solloway and James Davies take another run at their seats as new contenders take up posts across Wales, the West Midlands, and London.
An agreement is unlikely to be reached at all. But these estimates, however rough, should give pause for thought.
“Our proposals should now provide the basis for rapid negotiations.” The Prime Minister’s Commons statement.
“[A No Deal] outcome would be a failure of statecraft for which all parties would be held responsible.”
“A fair and reasonable compromise.” The Prime Minister’s letter to Juncker setting out his Brexit plan: full text.
“I hope that these proposals can now provide the basis for rapid negotiations towards a solution.”
Boris Johnson: “Let’s get Brexit done. Let’s bring our country together.” Full text of his conference speech.
“Let’s finally believe in ourselves…We have always had the courage to be original, to do things differently, and now we are about to take another giant step.”
In comments given to ConservativeHome after the incident he said “The police have not contacted me at all” but that he “apologise[s] unreservedly”.
Priti Patel: I will give the police the powers they need to defeat crime. Full text of her conference speech
“This daughter of immigrants, needs no lectures from the North London metropolitan liberal elite.”
Sajid Javid: We will make UK the first major economy in the world to end low pay. His speech today: full text
Chancellor Sajid Javid promised an ‘infrastructure revolution’ and an increase in the National Living Wage, in his speech to the Conservative Party conference.
Chancellor Sajid Javid announces an increase in the National Living Wage and a lower age threshold of 21, in his speech to the Conservative Party conference.
Raab, Hancock, Gauke – and a special live edition of the Moggcast. Welcome to ConHome’s Party Conference programme.
CCHQ is insistent that despite today’s vote in the Commons, the event will go ahead next week as planned.