By cramping the room for no deal, it seeks to send the Prime Minister naked into the negotiation chamber.
If overcome by the belief that Putin bought the referendum, our advice is to lie down in a dark room until the feeling goes away.
It’s about neither the principle nor the form of Brexit. Its purpose is to make leaving orderly. MPs should effect it this week.
Davis may not have got all he wanted on the backstop. But for the second time in a few months, he has nudged May forwards. It is high time she made the most of him.
The Electoral Commission didn’t stop what was happening in Tower Hamlets – is it really capable of thwarting Putin?
The internal and external threats to the integrity of our elections have intensified, but the regulator responsible does not appear to have upped its game in response.
The water’s temperature is still rising – but at least the frog has a nice shiny new waistcoat button
It is impossible to see today’s agreement as anything more than a fudge from which no-one emerges stronger.
For 26 years, the Daily Mail’s editor ensured his newspaper was a loudhailer for a quiet majority – and he inspired love and loathing along the way.
Like unhappy Love Island contestants, May and Davis may kiss and make up today, but recoupling is in the air – with unknowable consequences for the Prime Minister’s leadership, the Government and Brexit itself.
The Prime Minister’s followers today decided to stop concealing their misgivings.
Our Survey. Next Tory leader. Rees-Mogg leads Gove by less than ten votes in over a thousand. Javid is third.
If, that is, you don’t count “Other”, which comes ahead of the Home Secretary but behind the two front-runners.
The combination of crucial Brexit votes, crumbling ministerial discipline, growing grassroots discontent and a rail crisis serves to intensify pressure on Downing Street.
Javid gives Gove a run for first place in our Cabinet League Table. May is back in negative territory.
And Davis’ rating slides – as the Government’s Brexit difficulties contaminate the approval ratings of others at the top table.
He has been more robust than any if his predecessors in challenging NHS failings. Prime Ministers seem to have given up trying to sack him.
Our survey. Almost one in four Tory members want May to resign now. And over two in three want her gone before the next election.
Each monthly answer to this question since the last election has found that over half the respondents want a new leader in place to contest the next one.
Our survey. Almost two-thirds of Tory members don’t have confidence in the Government’s handling of Brexit.
This is almost exactly the same panel that gave the Prime Minister a seven-out-of-ten thumbs-up following December’s summit.