Johnson as prime minister would 'make Tory MPs defect to Change UK'
'That would potentially be the end of the road for a number of Tory MPs', predicts Heidi Allen - as Conservatives manoeuvre against Theresa May
Why are anti-Brexit parties not working together in EU elections?
Brexit Explained: Hopes of a pro-EU surge at the ballot box have been hit by infighting among Remain parties that will split the vote
Vince Cable to stress commitment to EU in farewell conference speech
'To those outside the Westminster bubble, the parliamentary games on Brexit are baffling: a weird combination of snakes and ladders, chess and all-in wrestling,' veter
With Cable going, the Lib Dems need a pact with the Independent Group
The party needs to do more than simply pick a new leader, it must develop a new vision – or at the very least communicate a version of the existing one that feels coherent, holistic and relevant
May set to be forced to reveal secret legal advice on Irish backstop
Labour 'humble address' poised to pass in the Commons later today – after Speaker rules out compromise to release a summary only
May told to ensure EU citizens do not have to pay to stay after Brexit
MPs say government should meet the cost of ‘settled status’ applications – and heap pressure on private employers to do the same
Tories suffer collapse in membership fee income of more than 40%
Both Labour and the Liberal Democrats saw income from members rise in 2017
Clegg backs Independent's campaign for referendum on final Brexit deal
It comes as petition demanding a fresh vote on the Brexit deal attracted over a quarter of a million signatures in just 48 hours