Theresa May

Bercow remains a grim warning about what a politician can still do in the chair, if he puts his mind to it

Christopher Howarth on his role in removing a prime minister

The battle to secure a clean Brexit was won only after Brexiteers secretly obtained a copy of the 1922 Committee rules

Brussels isn’t living up to the commitments it made

Rejected and reviled former prime ministers should stay in the political graveyard where they belong

A brief history of how the ERG got Britain to the point it left the EU

It is a bad sign when Tory MPs say they will vote for their government with “a heavy heart”

Backbenchers in the Tory party are gradually turning their private frustrations into rebel votes

A rolling list of the Internal Market Bill’s Brexit rebels