With no clear path in sight, the over-complicated Brexit farce is now threatening the legitimacy of the UK parliament.
Crikey readers discuss Theresa May's leadership, Scott Morrison's anti-corruption fail and the continued cluelessness of banking elites.
Good morning, early birds. Voting has closed in the no-confidence motion against UK Prime Minister Theresa May, and the Morrison government is set to release the long-awaited Ruddock review into religious freedom. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Negotiating the Brexit deal has taken the Conservative Party to full and open revolt.
Louise Mensch, a huge supporter of Theresa May, has laid into a poor father who was waiting in a hospital ward for his kid's operation.
Jeremy Corbyn -- an actual socialist! -- is leading UK Labour. But despite what the Tories say, he could be Labour's saviour.
Barely anyone expected the shock wins and losses at the recent UK election. So, just who cannibalised whose votes? And where to for David Cameron and his diminished, eight-seat majority?
Communist-anarchist-socialist troublemakers Class War heckled and jeered their way through a pantomime hustings in a Tory stronghold. Was anything truly at stake?
It is possible Labour could form a coalition government with the Scottish National Party. Except it has sworn it would do no deals with the SNP. So now what?