The new pin-up boy for a hard Brexit, Mark Francois, sounds no-nonsense. He sounds like he knows what he’s doing. He sounds like Thatcher.
A modest byelection in Wales last week reflected little of the true Brexit mania gripping the UK. Such scenes will not survive much longer.
The hour after the failed vote was a thing to behold, as the House of Commons tried to work out what to do next, on the floor, in real time.
Despite eight votes on Brexit options (and a pledge from Theresa May to resign), nobody won in the House of Commons today.
Good morning, early birds. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to resign if party members support her Brexit deal, and Bill Shorten calls for the Coalition to sign a parliamentary racism "code of conduct". It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
During a temporary absence of Theresa May, The House of Commons begins to hammer out some options to fix Brexit, writes Crikey's correspondent-at-large.
London is a city with one thing on its mind: Brexit. And it's not just the usual suspects marching in Theresa May's disintegrating England, finds Crikey's correspondent-at-large.