Pro-Brexit MPs weighed a no-confidence vote in Theresa May yesterday evening. But the essential case against one remains unchanged.
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Six were from west or north London constituencies, plus Windsor’s Adam Afriyie and Sir David Amess of Southend West.
We now wait to see whether the Remainer rebels will hold their fire until after the June council, and wait for the Customs and Trade Bills.
“I’m not saying that there would be an organised push, but the letters would just go in to Graham Brady,” one senior pro-Leave backbencher told this site yesterday.
Last year’s General Election came as a shock. But Jeremy Corbyn may finally be running out of excuses for the dubious company he keeps.
The former Cabinet Minister suggests that what happens at the end of the period will decide whether pro-Leave MPs support it.
WATCH: Villiers – If compromise “goes too far” then “we wouldn’t be respecting the result of the referendum”
The former Secretary of State for Northern Ireland says she is concerned, particularly about “retaining the right to diverge from EU laws”.
Brexit offers green opportunities, but it will also open a governance gap that must be filled.
There were no Momentum mugs left. “Everything we had has gone ‘just like that’. Do keep checking the website, though”.
What was the most decisive moment in the EU referendum campaign? Our readers’ answer: Cameron’s renegotiation.
Osborne’s “punishment budget” came in second.
Almost six months on from the EU referendum, we present a mini-series on five people who helped to shape the result.
Jarrow goes blue! But May loses her seat! Yet it’s a Tory landslide! The amazing 2020 General Election.
We present dismissible projections drawn from last June’s results…and some electoral trends that are not so dismissible.
The combination of a small majority, radical intent, a flow of power one way to Cabinet Ministers and another to key aides requires adjustment.
Which former aide turned down a peerage? See text (and picture left).
May – a Joe Chamberlain in kitten heels? Who will serve in her interventionist Cabinet (and deliver Brexit)?
Hammond, Fox, Javid. How will a generation of politicians raised under Thatcher adapt to the new Prime Minister’s desire for an industrial strategy?