Georgina Wright says that the UK’s failure to appoint a British commissioner could delay the start of the new European Commission until 1 February – a decision which would be made with the EU’s interests in mind.
With the Article 50 period extended once again, Joe Owen argues that the government will find it harder than ever to get ready for Brexit.
The government knows that MPs cannot agree to its unrealistic timetable for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, argues Hannah White.
As the government prepares to bring forward legislation to implement its renegotiated Brexit deal, Raphael Hogarth sets out the political battles that lie ahead.
MPs have compelled the government to request a further Brexit delay – but the EU won’t rush to give an answer until it has seen what Parliament does next, argues Georgina Wright.
If MPs want to hold a confirmatory vote on a Brexit deal then they will need to find a way to compel the government to act, writes Jess Sargeant
With a Brexit deal coming back from Brussels, Joe Owen argues that there is no guarantee that it will pass in Parliament and that a ‘no deal’ on October 31 is still a risk.
The future of the United Kingdom will be at risk if UK leaves the EU without a Brexit deal, writes Jess Sargeant.
A Brexit extension is still possible even if the UK and the EU sign off on a deal next week, says Georgina Wright.
The government’s proposals for an alternative to the Irish border backstop are likely to be too problematic to secure the EU’s backing, writes Alex Stojanovic.