Rebels have tabled 19 amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill, many of which are aimed at frustrating the Brexit process. Pictured, in numerical order: Anna Soubry, who backed all of them. Sarah Wollaston, a Leave campaigner who changed sides after the ￡350million-a-week for the NHS claim. Jeremy Lefroy, who has made little impact in seven years in parliament. Nicky Morgan, a long-time enemy of the PM. Antoinette Sandbach, a former Welsh Assembly member who has backed every amendment. Vicky Ford, a Cambridge-educated former JP Morgan banker. Tom Tugendhat, often tipped as a future party leader. Jonathan Djanogly, who insists he is a 'scrutineer', rather than a mutineer. Sir Oliver Heald, whose stance has surprised some Tories, some of whom believe it is opportunistic.
Floppy-haired Westminster watcher Robert Peston has mischievously added his pennyworth to the scandal surrounding the blizzard of allegations of sexual harassment. The ITV political editor, who used to work for the BBC, has said a malign culture of sexism has existed at the Corporation for many years, writes ANDREW PIERCE.