Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood: ‘You can’t criticise any PM trying to get their deal across the line’
Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood responds to the Prime Minister’s statement on Brexit.
Labour MP Yvette Cooper: ‘We can’t have crashing out with no deal’
Labour MP Yvette Cooper hopes to stop a no-deal Brexit.
May begs for bipartisan effort to deliver Brexit
Theresa May has offered to sit down with Jeremy Corbyn to “break the logjam” over Brexit and agree a joint plan for Britain’s departure.
Conservative Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen: ‘I wouldn’t sign up to May’s deal if EU were paying us £39bn for the privilege’
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen was one of the signatories of a letter to Theresa May calling for her to back a no-deal Brexit.
Manufacturers stockpiling to protect against no-deal Brexit, research shows
New research shows British manufacturers are engaging in record levels of stockpiling to protect against the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Juncker warns EU’s patience with UK running out
There is growing unease in Brussels, with Jean-Claude Juncker saying today that the EU is running out of patience with Britain.
Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood: ‘Nobody is going to get their pure form of Brexit’
Defence Minster Tobias Ellwood has previously said the Prime Minister would have to pursue a “softer” Brexit to build a Commons majority for her deal.
Why have our politics become so heated? MPs Heidi Allen and Anne Marie Morris discuss
Why have our politics become so heated? And how might we start to heal the divisions in our country?
MPs vote again on Brexit options
MPs have another chance to change the direction of Brexit tonight. They will vote in an hour’s time on four alternative options to Theresa May’s deal.
Robert Halfon MP: Common Market 2.0 ‘isn’t just a stronger Brexit, it’s a workers’ Brexit’
Conservative MP Robert Halfon is chair of Parliament’s Education Select Committee and advocate of a closer relationship with the EU than Theresa May’s Brexit deal allows.
Green MP Caroline Lucas: ‘Voters didn’t get chance to say what Brexit they wanted’
Labour MP Jess Phillips, Green MP Caroline Lucas and the Conservative MP, Gillian Keegan, discuss the Commons vote. We begin by asking them what parliament will come up with on Monday when they again explore alternatives to the Prime Ministers deal.
Business leaders in despair after May defeat
Business leaders have already expressed their despair at all the continued uncertainty and frustration, some saying Britain’s already-tarnished reputation has ended the week “in tatters”.
Labour’s Richard Burgon: ‘Conservatives need to ditch their red lines and go for soft Brexit’
Shadow Justice secretary Richard Burgon said earlier that Labour would never support a “blindfold Tory Brexit”.
Who is the man behind the Fishing for Leave protest?
One of the organisations attending today’s march in central London was Fishing for Leave, a group that made headlines during the referendum when they sailed a pro-Brexit flotilla up the Thames. They say they represent fishermen opposed to the EU, but this programme has discovered that one of the main organisers of today’s protest, Aaron Brown, appears to have links to…
Protesters accuse politicians of betraying Brexit vote
Thousands of protesters calling for Britain to leave the EU without delay have been staging noisy demonstrations outside parliament all day, bringing traffic to a standstill as they blocked the roads.