Theresa May’s hopes of getting EU leaders to help her push her Brexit deal through parliament have been dealt a severe blow as she prepares to return home and face her party.
When Theresa May stood in Downing Street after surviving her no-confidence ballot, she spoke of bringing the country back together “rather than entrenching division”.
Theresa May has appealed for EU leaders’ help to get her Brexit deal through parliament, and pitched a plan to make it happen.
Ireland has effectively launched separate Brexit negotiations, going over Theresa May’s head and appealing directly to MPs.
Some of the “sexting” messages from a Conservative MP have been read out in the House of Commons after he controversially had the party whip restored.