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Former attorney general Dominic Grieve has said he has "no intention" of the leaving the Conservative Party despite facing a confidence motion by his local association next week.

Much on display this week, John Bercow's trademark belligerence - along with his circumlocutory rhetoric - are tactics he learnt young, says his biographer Bobby Friedman

A defiant MP has said he quit his local Tory party because he would not be "bossed around by a very small number of people" hankering for a no deal Brexit.

Life as a Brexit true believer would be so much easier, writes MITCH BENN, but self-righteousness helps no-one in the long run.

STEVE ANGLESEY on Nadine Dorries' attempts to lecture The Independent Group on party loyalty and her appearance on The Junk Food Experiment.

A striking feature of the Brexit camp's narrative in the UK both before and after the 2016 referendum has been the repeated claim that leaving the EU is consistent with the lessons of history.

Boris Johnson looked like he'd blown it. But at a critical moment for Brexit, the former foreign secretary is once again being tipped for Downing Street.

The UK can learn from New Zealand on how a second referendum can re-boot democracy, says MATT QVORTRUP.

Tory Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has said he would be open to the idea of former UKIP leader Nigel Farage joining the Conservative party.

Ken Clarke says that despite the Brexit debate being dominated by Eurosceptic voices from the Tory party, it goes against the long-standing general opinion within the Conservative Party.

The political situation in Northern Ireland leaves many unionists unrepresented and Brexit is serving only to heighten this sense of disconnect. PADDY HOEY considers where it might lead

JANE MERRICK on the wrangling at Westminster and the problem it doesn't address

Theresa May has vowed to battle on "with everything I have got" as she faces a leadership challenge sparked by her chaotic Brexit.

Enough Tory MPs have requested a vote of no confidence in Theresa May to trigger a contest, the chairman of the backbench 1922 Committee has announced.

MITCH BENN discusses how closely politics and Christmas should be linked.

Advocates of a People's Vote may not like it, but the way out of this constitutional crisis is 'Norway Plus', says Labour MP STEPHEN KINNOCK

Former government minister Jo Johnson has urged the Tories to vote down Prime Minister Theresa May's "worst of all worlds" Brexit.

He keeps repeating that his party can't halt Brexit. But, as JANE MERRICK explains, the Labour leader is wrong

ALASTAIR CAMPBELL admits that he agrees with the European Research Group's analysis of Theresa May's Brexit plan..

A former adviser to David Cameron has been mocked on social media for suggesting he is our best hope of saving the country if Theresa May is ousted by her party.

Interest in Brexit has increased now there is a draft Brexit plan in place, and people have been taking to the internet to find out what it all means. Here are the UK's 10 most Googled questions on Brexit.

Theresa May has been told she cannot promise everything to everyone on Brexit.

There is no better summary of Brexit than William Keegan's remark that it is like negotiating to leave the Premier League in order to join the third division. This is so completely accurate that it raises yet again the question: why on earth is Brexit happening?

On the anniversary of Britain's last great international own goal, BARNABY TOWNS finds that the damage this time around is more severe.

BONNIE GREER on the stubborn strand of irrationality that is the bedrock of Brexit

MITCH BENN has a simple message for all of those considering marching on Saturday - get on the bus and turn up!

AC GRAYLING reports on the scandal of the behind-the-scenes parliamentary machinations being used to enable Brexit

Tim Walker talks to the former attorney general who is now eloquently making the case for a People's Vote.

After Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt's arrival at the Foreign Office suggested Britain's diplomatic standing might improve a little. But his comments to the Conservative Party conference have put paid to that, says DENIS MACSHANE, a former minister for Europe.

In JAMES BALL's most recent Deconstructed, he takes aim at a Tory party divided by a doomed obsession with Brexit ahead of their party conference in Birmingham.

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