The message from the UK House of Commons is: No to Theresa May, but not yes to any alternative.
There are four scenarios if May’s Brexit deal falls through.
Never has British politics been so polarised and never has the quality of political leadership in Britain been so weak. The Brexit saga is far from over.
An EU-UK deal is impossible to find because there is no majority in the UK for any sensible solution to the Brexit mess.
Not just the Tories, but Emmanuel Macron and Jeremy Corbyn highlight how big the gap between Britain and the EU remains.
UK politicians should not overrate the current attempt by the EU27 to be nice to Theresa May.
Do the disgusting comments Boris Johnson hurled at Theresa May finally mark the end of Boris Johnson’s career in British politics? Might emigration to Trump’s America be his only option?
Timothy Garton Ash is wrong: Insisting that EU rules be followed on Brexit is neither an act of stubbornness nor a matter of vindictiveness. It is a matter of European statecraft.
Trump, the politician, evidently always needs a woman to beat up on. Think Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, Angela Merkel, Theresa May, Margrethe Vestager and Omarosa Manigault Newman.
For all the attention currently paid to Russia, let us not forget the long list of other places in the world where the current government of the United States has not been upholding the causes of political freedom, democracy and national sovereignty.