It is the backbenchers who have really stepped up to the plate. Smart amendments in the Commons have consistently scuppered the PM’s plans for a disastrous Brexit
We are marching not just against Brexit, but because we are proud of the UK
The Labour leader has made a nominal promise to push for a second public vote. But the truth is he will be intensely relaxed if it never comes to pass
With the leadership no longer representing traditional Labour values, how many more MPs will question their place within the party?
‘Some fresh, principled, rebalancing will, I predict, have more impact than people immediately realise’
Our actions show we can be a beacon for those who recognise the disastrous trajectory our country is on
Voters are understandably sick and tired of the same old partisan, tribal way of doing things
It’s a difficult decision, but you do not join a party to spend years fighting those in it; you get involved in politics to change the world
If ministers want to influence the outcome of Brexit, now is the sensible time to resign and vote accordingly, otherwise it will be too late. There is a huge amount at stake here
The spirit of Labour’s conference policy was that if we couldn’t get an election, Labour would commit to referring this issue back to the people.
If there were any doubt that the Labour leadership is happy to facilitate Brexit, look no further than the treatment of Labour frontbenchers who defied the whip
Parliament taking the matter out of May’s hands is really the only way we can move forward towards coming to a decision on what to do next – in private conversations, ministers readily concede this