At last, Tories can begin to talk about Theresa May in the past tense | Rafael Behr

The prime minister has set a date for her departure – and it might provide the push to get her Brexit deal over the line

There is a small but significant distinction in politics between what is known and what is declared. In recent weeks it has become ever harder to imagine how Theresa May might continue in her job if another attempt to steer Brexit through parliament fails. But imagination is no longer required. Resignation terms have been negotiated with the backbench 1922 Committee, and made public.

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