David Davis focuses on his outside earnings, Telegraph accused of being “Stalinist” and Madeleina Kay is the latest to complain about the BBC’s Brexit bias
JANE MERRICK writes about an immovable political object facing irresistible forces.
The prime minister has been warned she faces a “historic constitutional row” unless the government reveals the legal advice on Brexit.
They be only modest, but let’s take them while we can, says MICHAEL WHITE
Mandrake reveals when Kamal Ahmed said ‘all hail, Sir Philip Green,’ Liam Fox combines business with pleasure and Jane Fonda asks why Corbyn is not opposing Brexit.
In the most unlikely place, PATRICK SAWER finds a poignant family link to Italy’s fascist past and a reminder that this dark chapter of the country’s history is not yet closed.
Gina Miller laments that no one in government will debate Brexit with her, the maverick Telegraph star who wants an inquest into the “unholy mess” of Brexit, and Boris Johnson’s £16,846 jolly to the States.
Michael White on the increasingly hopeless manoeuvres from all sides as they realise the finish line is near.
The Today programme disinvites Patrick Kielty after his epic Twitter showdown with Boris Johnson, the tears of Steve Baker and Boris Johnson’s freebie tickets to get booed at The Oval
David Davis has urged Brexiteers in the cabinet to force Theresa May to dump her bid to strike a deal with the EU.
Brexit ultras Jacob Rees-Mogg and Iain Duncan Smith have signalled they could smudge some of their redlines in a bid to “chuck Chequers”.
Theresa May has stood by her Chequers proposal but former Brexit secretary David Davis has vowed he will not vote for it in parliament.
On a week when more reminders of the past left us fearing for the future MICHAEL WHITE asks what would Winnie do?
New Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has admitted the cabinet remains divided over the prime minister’s Chequers plan.
STEVE ANGLESEY rounds up the losers and the losers (because their are no winners) of another crazy seven days on Planet Brexit
MICHAEL WHITE on May’s supposed ‘Brexit Dividend’ - and an alternative plan to revive and sustain the NHS
Mandrake discusses Telegraph star recanting Brexit heresy after falling from grace at the struggling newspaper.
Relations between journalists and politicians should never be too cosy, but being personally rebuked by a home secretary is always going to give an editor pause for thought.
In this week’s diary column, the Daily Mail and Wimbledon keep schtum and Sarah Sands overlooks Sir David English’s assessment
It’s hard to keep up with all these claims of plots and counter-plots swirling around the political system, isn’t it?
The Trade Secretary who travelled all that way for a packet of crisps.
MICHAEL WHITE on those ludicrous spy stories . . . and why Labour’s leader must come in from the cold over Brexit.
In this week’s diary column, the BBC continue to overlook The New European and fracked off playwright digs out Boris Johnson.
Michael White discusses Tory infighting and the soft Marxist looking on in opposition
I love it when Boris Johnson talks dirty in order to get some attention.
France might be home of its most famous race, but Italy is the country with cycling in its DNA. To find out why, Patrick Sawer makes a tearful pilgrimage to its shrine to the sport.
The Government is desperately attempting to halt a rebellion which could derail the repeal bill.
We pick the worst Brexiteers of the week
If you locked Fox and Hammond in a room which of the two would you expect to emerge as the other one’s pigskin bag?
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has denied the Chancellor’s claim there will be three years of continued free movement after Brexit.
Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of the meaningful vote. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.