Dominic Raab will be assuming the PM’s day-to-day responsibilities
The British PM is good at delegating and trusting his appointees to get on with the job he’s given them
They are so overjoyed by first light that they make an infernal noise — even if you don’t have a cockerel
Will the Wigan MP be the one to change the opposition party?
An interview with Labour’s unlikely Brexit marshall
A sympathetic colleague says McDonnell sees himself as being ‘a new father figure for the party’
Both stand on an anti-politics, anti-establishment platform
After losing his majority, what does the British prime minister really want?
I Never Said I Loved You by Rhik Samadder reviewed
The new British prime minister is facing a hideous pile of unfinished business
MPs received a three-line whip by text, minutes before the vote
If you’re not confused, you haven’t been following closely enough
Inside Parliament as Theresa May wins a confidence vote
The heavy-handed confidence vote operation is deterring Conservative MPs
There is clearly a swell of dissent which will be very difficult for the British PM to stem