This week will be dominated by the debate at the Conservative party conference on the approach to take on Brexit.

At the weekend Theresa May rejected claims she does not believe in Brexit – saying her plan for post-Brexit trade with the EU was not dead, despite it having been rejected by EU leaders.

And she urged the Tory party – in Birmingham for their annual conference – to “come together” and back it.

Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson has called her so-called Chequers plan “deranged”, adding that he might be able to strike a better deal than her with Brussels.