A rough guide to where some of the pro-Brexit players are on further proposals for Canada Plus Plus Plus – and No Deal.
His deployment of a suicide bomber metaphor in a Mail on Sunday piece today looks like a carefully-crafted distraction exercise.
Both the NIO and Number Ten have developed an irrational fear that a majority will soon back Irish unity.
It hasn’t been perfect, but it is encouraging to see police, security services and ministers clearly communicate about a serious threat.
We prefer Canada Plus Plus Plus. But a question could emerge over the next few months: is it a better option than an unmanageable No Deal – or even no Brexit at all?
Meanwhile, Hammond’s approval rating plumbs new depths – as Fox and Raab gain ground after criticising the Treasury’s Brexit forecasts.
Javid retains second place and drifts down slightly. For the moment, these two are only game in town – at least, as far as our panel is concerned.
Andrew Gimson’s Commons sketch: May condemns Russian “obfuscation and lies” about the Salisbury attacks
Corbyn’s response is condemned as “weaselly” by Johnson.
Our survey. It’s groundhog day for confidence in May’s leadership. Two in five respondents want her to quit now.
The total believing a new leader is required for the next election has never fallen below 50 per cent since we started asking the question.
The civil tone of the rival contenders for the Conservative nomination for the Mayor of London is welcome
There has been robust debate, for instance on legalisation of cannabis, but personal bickering has been avoided.
We will have the ConHome marquee as usual plus another venue. Full details coming soon.
The pledge to strengthen police powers on stop and search marks another break with his predecessor as Home Secretary, Theresa May.
Our Survey. May’s summer offensive makes no impact. Over two in three Party members continue to oppose the Chequers plan.
If anything, the figures have slightly worsened from Downing Street’s point of view. At any rate, there is a consistent pattern.
During the weeks and months ahead, Conservative MPs will need to use their heads as well as their hearts to reach the Brexit winning line.
ConHome’s monthly survey is out. Almost two months on, what’s your view of the Government’s Chequers plan for Brexit?
Plus our usual May’s future, Next Tory Leader, Cabinet League Table, and next general election outcome expectation questions.