By the end of the week, we could either be out of the EU with no deal – or on a slow track to reconsidering whether we really want to Brexit at all. Jill Rutter sets out what lies ahead.
With the Prime Minister serving notice on her time in Downing Street, Joe Marshall asks whether Labour can be confident of any commitments she makes on the UK’s post-Brexit future.
Maddy Thimont Jack picks out five takeaways from a night of extraordinarily high-paced and close Brexit votes.
The latest minister to leave the Government complained the Prime Minister wasn’t properly informed about how ready the UK is for no deal. The problem, argues Tim Durrant, is that we aren't either.
Many MPs are keen supporters of the UK regaining an independent trade policy after Brexit but, argues Alex Stojanovic, they need to be clear-eyed about its practical benefits.
After 33 months of insisting that her Brexit was the only option, the Prime Minister seems to have developed a new flexibility – but her new plan is not guaranteed success, says Jill Rutter.
While the Prime Minister appears to have little room to manoeuvre, MPs may have run out of time to compromise and combine the options on offer. Maddy Thimont-Jack picks out three takeaways from the indicative votes.
Parliament’s inability to coalesce around a single Brexit plan demonstrates the destructive effect of conducting parliamentary democracy against a fixed timetable, argues Dr Hannah White.
The latest defeat for the Prime Minister means another emergency trip to Brussels on 10 April. Georgina Wright looks at what Theresa May should expect.
If the Prime Minister decides to call a general election then this will inevitably mean a long delay to Brexit, says Dr Catherine Haddon.