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If you want to get this briefing by email, sign up here. DEAL REJECTED. In the words of BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg, Theresa May's Brexit deal wasn't just defeated on Tuesday night, it was crushed. She lost by 230 votes - the largest defeat for a sitting government in history - with 118 of her own Conservative MPs among them. In normal times, a prime ministerial resignation would inevitably follow, but these aren't normal times. Jeremy Corbyn reacted to the defeat by tabling a vote of no confidence in her government. That vote will take place on Wednesday afternoon and if the Labour leader wins, it could trigger a general election. He's unlikely to succeed though - because despite... Full story

16 January