It is the Monday after “Super Saturday” – when the Commons held a weekend sitting for the first time in 37 years – but it did not go as Prime Minister Boris Johnson had hoped. So what now?
John Bercow is facing demands from the Government to allow MPs to have a “meaningful vote” on Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal as the Prime Minister fights to fend off new threats to his plans.
An SNP MP has said she supports extending Brexit negotiations until the end of next year if needed for a second referendum.
Boris Johnson is set for a showdown with Commons Speaker John Bercow as the Prime Minister pushes for a knife-edge Commons vote on his Brexit deal.
Judges are set to decide whether the unsigned letter sent by Boris Johnson asking for a Brexit extension from the EU complied with the Benn Act, or if the Prime Minister is in contempt of court.
More than 150 lorry drivers have staged a protest at the Irish border in a bid to highlight the importance of free-flowing movement.
Boris Johnson is striking a bullish Brexit stance as he faces another roller-coaster week in the Commons, insisting the UK will still quit the EU in 11 days’ time.
A key player in Britain’s first involvement in the European Union has called for a second Brexit referendum, after attending his first protest march at the age of 91.
Cabinet minister Michael Gove has vowed the UK will still leave the EU by Halloween, despite the Prime Minister failing to secure backing in the Commons for his Brexit deal on ‘Super Saturday’.
Jo Swinson has described breaking up the United Kingdom, if Scotland was to vote for independence, as “much more difficult than what we’re experiencing with Brexit”.
The DUP’s Sammy Wilson has said his party is not backing a second Brexit referendum.