Fox floated a new Parliamentary committee to “determine that decisions across all parts of Government have been taken on the best available evidence”.
The Deputy Speaker, Nigel Evans, makes the historic announcement to the House of Commons.
Here’s our best stab at who is voting for whom, and this list will be updated each morning, as the contest continues.
The House was becalmed.
Corbyn choose to eschew Europe altogether in his six questions, leading instead on inequality and votes for young people.
One wonders whether he feels a kind of disappointed love for the Tories – or for them as he thinks they ought to be.
The Leader of the Opposition took the chance to do a bit of electioneering by praising Tony Blair’s achievements.
The Ribble Valley MP says that May’s neglect of her Northern Irish allies is one of the worst cases of political misjudgement he has witnessed in his career in the Commons.
Philip Davies, a famously long-standing and committed Brexiteer, is among their number.
The presumption of innocence should not be some empty piety. A nasty aspect of politics is that this principle is reversed when the headlines are bad enough.
“Why don’t you press the European Union to get a good trade deal with the United Kingdom?”
Plus: I’ve worked as a postman, a barman and a swimming pool attendant, the new for new talent, and welcoming Michael Dugher.
If the Government really is considering treating the intimidation of politicians in the same way as hate crime, it ought to think again.
The Parliamentary Party has just been through two divisive experiences, and there was evidently no appetite for a third.
But more money and powers need to be given directly to the North to drive further progress.