Boles: Defecting to TIG Without By-Election Would be “Ratting” on my Constituents

Nick Boles refreshingly upfront after his decision to quit his local Conservative Association yesterday. Not that the other TIGgers had any such concerns…

Corbyn Would Vote Leave in Second Referendum “If We’ve Got a Good Deal”

This will go down well with his Europhile base…

Corbyn Can’t Say He’s ‘Enthusiastic’ About a Second Referendum

Corbyn dancing on the head of a pin to avoid saying he’s enthusiastic about having a second referendum…

Fox: Country Has Brexit Fatigue

Fox has a point, the direction in opinion polls is not encouraging for Brexiteers…

McVey: Rules Have Changed, It’s This Deal or No Brexit

Esther McVey, who resigned from the cabinet in protest at Theresa May’s Brexit deal, has said she will now “hold her nose” and back the deal in the third ‘Meaningful Vote’ this week because “the rules have all changed”.

DUP: We Want a Deal

Nigel Dodds and the DUP have been in intense meetings with senior mininsters including Michael Gove, David Lidington, Julian Smith, Mark Sedwill, and Philip Hammond. Dodds described them as “good discussions” and said that “we want to leave with a deal”…

Andrew Neil, Portillo, and Kendall all Dance for Brexit

Last night on Andrew Neil entirely seriously informed the This Week audience that that he and the show’s guests will be participating in a ‘Brexit Danceathon’ – not stopping until Britain has left the EU. Guido fears that they may be dancing long after This Week has ended as a show…

Audience Demolishes ‘Arrogant’ Second Referendum Politicians on Question Time

“It is nothing but sheer arrogance. Arrogance of people that have lost. And people that want to subvert democracy.”

Listen to those cheers…

MP Admits Knife GPS Tracker Idea Was ‘Probably A Bit Sh*t’

Scott Mann has made a pretty decent recovery from his hilariously bad ‘knife GPS’ idea this morning, reading through joke tweet replies with Johnny Mercer. Although Guido agrees he does have a point about knife crime being a serious issue. 17.4 million people were stabbed in the back yesterday…

What Theresa May Used to Say About No Deal

Theresa May is set to vote in favour of her anti-No Deal motion tonight, directly contradicting her repeated (and popular) position she has claimed to hold for over two years. Guido has dug up this video of the Prime Minister setting out her stall during the 2017 Election, making it clear that “we have to be prepared to walk out”…

May’s excuse for seemingly going back on that promise up until now has been that, unlike most people, she believes her deal is a Good Deal. Unconditionally voting against No Deal this evening would simply be saying that Any Deal is better than No Deal. She will be holding herself hostage to whatever Remainer MPs and the EU try to stitch up next…

Emily Maitlis Loses it with Barry Gardiner on Newsnight

Emily Maitlis finally lost it with the People’s Gardiner on Newsnight last night as he vaccilated hopelessly over what Labour’s Brexit position is with 16 days to go. Goes some way towards explaining why Labour are 10 points behind

Titania McGrath’s Stark Brexit Warning

Titania McGrath has a stark warning of the disasters that will immediately befall the United Kingdom if MPs fail to stop Brexit. This will weigh heavy on MPs’ minds ahead of the vote tonight…

Rees-Mogg: ERG Will Only Vote For Deal if Brexit Itself is Threatened

ERG chair Jacob Rees-Mogg has told Kay Burley that the ERG haven’t yet decided which way to vote on the new meaningful vote this evening. JRM says the ERG will be meeting at 5pm to discuss whether the threat of no Brexit is real or “phantom”. Only if Brexit is at risk altogether will they consider voting for what is still a “bad deal”…

Bryant Tickles Cox

Chris Bryant got Geoffrey Cox chuckling at the Despatch Box after regaling an unexpected anecdote…

Fresh TIG Recruitment Video

News about The Independent Group has dried up as of late, as much speculated further defections have so far failed to materialise. Guido is sure that they will be cheered up by this fancy recruitment video helpfully made for them by Ealing Labour For Corbyn

Paul Mason Dismisses Left Wing Bullying on Politics Live

When businesswoman Michelle Dewbury spoke about the abuse she recieved from Momentum activists during the 2017 election, journalist turned hard left activist Paul Mason responded with immediate dismissiveness. The ensuing argument continued while a VT played, when things got even more heated…

“You have been deeply rude to me in the break, you find that funny… when I just called you out on that you just sat and laughed.”

Sadly the BBC has told Guido that it will not be releasing the unseen footage…

UPDATE: In a series of tweets Michelle has explained what happened off-air: “I offered Paul Mason evidence. He replied “I’m not interested” and laughed…” Now she’s calling on the BBC to release the footage…

Hunt: Brexit Not Happening Would Be Devastating For the Tories

McDonnell: EU Could Offer a Three Month Article 50 Extension

Hancock Avoids ‘Do You Want To Be PM’ Question

Sarah Brown on Life in Number 10

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