Theresa May went straight from Brussels to her constituency to open a new children's hospice. She said the work there puts "all the other things going on" in perspective, and she even managed to see the funny side of what some might call a "trying week"
"If you saw some of the Labour people laughing at her... I felt it was not very British." Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte tells Newsnight he admires Theresa May, after she survived a vote of no confidence