Jeremy Corbyn demanded proper parliamentary scrutiny of the Prime Minister's Brexit intentions, but simultaneously proved himself spectacularly not up to the job
'Does the Prime Minister believe that this is a price worth paying for her little Britain Brexit?'
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If, in the movie Groundhog Day, a knackered old man rambled through the same old questions on the crisis in the NHS and a spiky-faced, nervous, slightly less old woman hardly bothered to conceal her contempt at being compelled to dangle a non-answer in front of him, then the phrase ‘It’s a bit like Groundhog Day’ would never have entered common parlance
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'Time is absolutely of the essence,' warns SNP leader in Westminster
According to Fiona Bruce MP, people are too scared to talk about Christmas, and that's an 'important issue'
Most political commentary this week focused on whether Corbyn was packing his bags for Castro's funeral, a hysterical non-story that overshadowed the disaster that is Theresa May's Brexit. And today May's comments about Christians being unable to discuss Christmas at work was telling
Move would allow Ukip leader to serve in the Cabinet - and potentially pave way for role as a go-between for Tory government with Donald Trump
Theresa May is taking questions from MPs in the House of Commons, with Brexit and the election of Donald Trump set to dominate
Commons descends into bemusement after PM's misguided well-wishes
That Theresa May congratulated Jeremy Corbyn on the birth of a granddaughter that did not exist was odd, but more worrying is the fact that she clearly feels she does not need to listen to a word he's saying
The Prime Minister’s cunning plan is to have no plan, as Private Baldrick never said
'I thought for a moment the Prime Minister was going to say Brexit means Brexit again'
The Labour leader went back to the ‘old politics’ of soundbites and trying to exploit the governing party’s divisions – and put the Prime Minister on the defensive
The Prime Minister said Russian vessels could 'go where they please' on the high seas