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NEW podcast: Coffee House Shots brings you the latest - Katy Balls talks to James Forsyth, Fraser Nelson, and Charles Moore
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The sinister rise of BlackRock asset manager
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May allies still suspect that the Prime Minister would win a confidence vote – with one caveat, reports
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Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for me
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The bad news for Theresa May is that Brexit isn’t over, writes
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Today’s walkout means May will be desperately scrabbling to find someone - anyone - to fill these jobs:
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How can Theresa May govern after all this, asks Isabel Hardman
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May was a Remainer. And so too was her Chancellor. Their hearts are not with leaving the EU, their hearts are for staying within it as far as is possible, writes Rod Liddle:
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'The proposed Northern Ireland Backstop is not Brexit', Suella Braverman on her resignation:
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Dog owners in Jinan start with 12 points, but can lose them for infractions like walking their pet without a leash, or letting the animal bark too much. Lose all your points and the Chinese government takes your pooch away, writes James O’Malley
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Could Tory MPs hit the 48 letters they need to trigger a vote of no-confidence in Theresa May today, asks Robert Peston:
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Dominic Raab: Why I must resign as Brexit Secretary
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Can Theresa May survive the loss of her Brexit secretary, asks Robert Peston
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Esther McVey has gone. But her resignation is less of a blow to May than Dominic Raab’s, says
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'The proposed Northern Ireland Backstop is not Brexit', Suella Braverman on her resignation:
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'We have gone from no deal is better than a bad deal to any deal is better than no deal.' Esther McVey on why she had to resign:
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The Work and Pensions Secretary has long known to be unhappy with Theresa May’s Brexit policy:
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May said she’d bring back a clean Brexit, taking Britain out of the Single Market, the Customs Union and the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice. The deal she presented to her cabinet will, in several important regards, fail all of these tests
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