Previous surveys suggest they also want No Deal (even if only as a last resort). We look forward to leadership candidates explaining how the two can be squared.
The specifics of the case warrant all the critical scrutiny they’re receiving, but we must not lose sight of the bigger picture.
The present election will turn on whether MPs and activists put national popularity before ideological soundness.
This is your chance to scrutinise the men and women who are competing to become the next Party Leader and Prime Minister.
Next Tory Leader run-offs. Our panel’s support hasn’t changed. They want Johnson – followed by Raab, Gove, Javid and Hunt in that order.
Every single winner last month has improved his position this month – though in many cases the difference is marginal.
Almost nine in ten of our panellists want May’s successor in place by the start of the summer recess.
He, Raab and Gove are in the same order as last month – first, second and third. No other candidate reaches double figures.
There are no fewer than 11 candidates declared as we write, and at least eight others who might join the fray.
The failure to deliver Brexit is collapsing the Withdrawal Agreement, and leaving a stark choice: No Deal or No Brexit.
We pause only to say: watch the turnout. What happens to it in areas that trended heavily to Leave or Remain in 2016 is likely to be significant.
A meeting, called by the Conservatives grassroots, to debate a motion of no confidence in the Prime Minister, is instead likely to be a hustings to help choose her successor.
The Farnham Herald reports that the Foreign Secretary “announced his candidature to a packed audience at his ‘political update’ talk at the festival at 11am
Brady will not be supervising the leadership contest – which suggests he will be a candidate himself
Brandon Lewis has ruled himself out. The new Prime Minister should be chosen by the end of July.
As we write, the Prime Minister is expected to make it clear today that she will step down as Conservative leader on June 10.
Meanwhile, in Peterborough, Farage’s party advances and a Johnson premiership looms – as May is steered towards the exit door
Almost all the Leavers said they will vote for the Brexit Party in the European elections today – but even this information was not volunteered.