Everything you need to know about where we're at with Brexit and the coming week.
Theresa May is reportedly writing to the European Union to ask for a Brexit postponement.
MPs voted to reject a no-deal Brexit ‘under any circumstances’ in a series of pivotal votes.
Theresa May has suffered a heavy defeat after her amended Brexit deal was rejected by MPs for the second time in three months. The humiliating loss is a huge blow for her personally and it means the UK enters unchartered political waters once again – with the date of Brexit just 17 days away. Mrs May has promised MPs a vote on whether they support a no-deal Brexit following the defeat on her deal.
Charles Walker said a general election could be the outcome if the prime minister's Brexit deal is voted down on Tuesday.
Attorney General Geoffrey Cox has given his verdict on the last-minute changes to the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
Theresa May says she has secured last-gasp “legally-binding” changes to her Brexit deal that MPs had demanded ahead of a crucial vote on Tuesday.
Talks between the UK and the EU over the Withdrawal Agreement are "deadlocked", says a Downing Street source.
Jeremy Hunt urged Tories to back Theresa May's deal in the Commons on Tuesday or risk losing Brexit altogether.
The European Commission said talks hoped to break through the latest impasse in Brexit negotiations have found "no solution" to the issue of the Northern Ireland backstop.
Cressida Dick said she disagreed with the prime minister's comments on policing and knife crime.
Jo Swinson was shown to have supported a Labour amendment to the Government's Brexit motion on Wednesday night.
It did not rely on trust of the word of a prime minister who had lied countless times to avoid Commons defeats and whose government had been found in contempt of parliament. It has now been confirmed by the prime minister in the Commons.
The former Brexit secretary suggested in an interview he was the best qualified to lead the Conservative Party.