Jeremy Corbyn has increased his majority, a pretty rare feat his team say. His share of the vote has gone up from 59.5 per cent to 61.8 per cent, largely thanks to an increased share of the members'
On Theresa May's flight to New York one official on her team joked he'd issued instructions that Boris Johnson was to be "rugby tackled" if he looked like he was leaving their section of the plane to
We are awaiting Theresa May's first address to the UN. The UN's mind is elsewhere. The attack on a humanitarian convoy in Syria has dominated the coverage here. Also President Obama's farewell.
Failing to keep financial services in the Single Market would be a "massive blow" says Oliver Letwin. But he thinks there's a way of getting the deal the City needs.
A slap-down for Theresa May's ambitions for a bespoke Brexit deal? European Commission President Juncker today ruled out "a la carte access to the Single Market".
Camilla Cavendish, head of policy for David Cameron in No. 10, says it's the thought of sitting through Brexit debates in parliament that drove David Cameron out of parliament.
Mr Cameron has talked to friends about the need to avoid the bad publicity Mr Blair has had from jetting around the world and picking up massive cheques from various individuals and regimes.
Theresa May batted away all attempts by MPs to make her spell out her Brexit renegotiation strategy. There will be no running commentary she said - repeatedly.
Until Theresa May mentioned, in her closing press conference, how her predecessor shared her opposition to a points based system, I hadn't heard David Cameron's name mentioned here once.
Is pressure from her constituency party why Sarah Champion 'unresigned' from the Shadow Cabinet? Will pressure from Tory backbenchers keep ministers tough on Brexit border control?