Shattered dreams: There are likely to be broken hearts on both sides of the Brexit divide once a deal comes back

Week in Review: Things are about to go all wibbly-wobbly on Brexit

Once that deal comes back, sides will change and alliances will be fractured

Jo Johnson visiting the European Commission last year. This afternoon he resigned from government over Brexit.

Jo Johnson resignation: It's getting hard to see how May will win that vote

On the face of it, it's just one more vote. But the centre of gravity feels like it is shifting against the prime minister.

Philip Hammond, known as Spreadsheet Phil, is considered a safe pair of hands, but his record is questionable.

The myth of the dull: Boring politicians are no safer than exciting ones

Our natural bias convinces us that boring politicians make a safe pair of hands, but there's no evidence to back it up.

Education wars: While battles were fought over competitive spots and the 11+, private schools blossomed

Grammar schools aren't the enemy - private schools are

The left's misguided educational priorities have let private schools take control of the country

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