The cross-party negotiations between Labour and the Conservatives -pitched as a way to achieve some kind of Brexit consensus – were in reality an attempt by a desperate Number 10 machine at a stitch-up, trying to apportion some of the blame for the Brexit mess onto Labour. It hasn’t panned out as such, and May looks closer to the edge of her premiership than ever.

As May and Corbyn meet to discuss the future of these talks, where are we left?