The group wants a Hard Brexit. Either way, the Government should move Article 50 before next spring is over.
Her camp wants to move on from the subject. Quite right. But she will find it hard to do so until she has put doubts about her commitment to rest.
Do you have a team in place to begin a negotiation after you move Article 50 quickly? Would Gisela Stuart get a Government job? Are you ready for Putin?
The Apprentice star’s attack on Gisela Stuart, denying her Britishness, was poisonous and deeply personal.
I would count it a no-score draw. But the setting, the personnel, much of the audience and the tone felt, to me, very London-flavoured.
It is unmanly for him for him at once to gesture towards the heat of battle while creeping quietly towards the tents.
We Leavers have the facts and the determination on our side.
Labour MPs are beginning to worry that they have lost the ear of their own core vote.
Sure, a lot of mud is being thrown at them as well as by them. The difference is that it is beginning to look as though throwing it is all they have left in their locker.
There is no prospect for reform unless Britain votes to leave and forces a new agenda on Europe’s elites.
Will Corbyn represent In? Could we have Ozza v Bozza? What happens to Farage?
It was all over the 1975 In campaign. This time round, it is largely absent. What does that say about the state of the European Project?
Though it would doubtless have happened anyway, given the respect with which she’s regarded in the Commons.
Perhaps we will find out when Labour Leave launches this week.
The decision represented a decisive endorsement of a particular plan – not a return to Tony Blair-style liberal internationalism.