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Theresa May asks for Brexit to be delayed until 30 June
Meanwhile, Donald Tusk is expected to suggest a “flexible” 12-month delay.
Indicative votes result: MPs vote against all 8 Brexit options, including a no-deal
None of the votes are binding, however.
MPs to debate reversing Brexit next Monday, after 5.7m people sign petition
The British government responded to the petition by saying that revoking Article 50 would “undermine our democracy”.
Europe says no-deal Brexit looks 'increasingly likely' and could lead to delays at airports
Theresa May is making a last-ditch attempt to get her Brexit deal over the line.
Petition to reverse Brexit swells to 3.7m signatures, as Commons states that 96% of supporters are British
The Commons petitions committee said that “approximately 96% of signatures on the petition were from the UK”.
May faces uphill battle to get support for Brexit deal, as Ireland insists there won't be a hard border
Article 50 will be extended until 22 May – if the House of Commons votes in favour of the Withdrawal Agreement.
Over 2 million people sign petition on Parliament website to revoke Article 50
The petition says a “second Brexit referendum may not happen – so vote now”.
May asks EU for more time to deliver Brexit as MPs label her 'blame game' speech 'disgraceful'
EU leaders are due to consider her request at a summit in Brussels today.
'It is now time for MPs to decide': May says Brexit delay is 'matter of great personal regret'
Theresa May earlier asked for a short extension of Article 50 until 30 June.
Theresa May faces battle to get EU to delay Brexit as Juncker says 'we've reached the end of the road'
As the crisis rumbles on, a number of opponents are said to be eyeing up May’s job – including Boris Johnson.
Theresa May's spokesman says the Brexit crisis she predicted 'has come to pass'
Another planned meaningful vote on her deal may not take place after intervention from the Speaker of the House.
'We must stand together as patriots': Theresa May tells MPs that voting against her deal again could stop Brexit
An extension of Article 50 is expected to be voted upon by EU members this week.
Poll: Is delaying Brexit a good idea?
MPs have voted to seek to extend Article 50 until 30 June.
'One last roll of the dice': How Britain's newspapers are covering the vote to delay Brexit
A vote in the House of Commons means Brexit may not be happening on March 29.
MPs have voted to delay Brexit by three months - here's what that means
It’s been another day of drama in Westminster – and now a THIRD vote on the May deal looms.
A breakthrough? May and Juncker announce 'joint instrument' providing guarantees on backstop
Juncker said the Taoiseach would be prepared to back the mechanism.
MPs overwhelmingly back delaying Brexit if needed, as Labour says it will support second referendum
Unless Article 50 is extended, Theresa May has just one month to get a deal over the line.
Foreign Secretary says UK may seek to delay Brexit in bid to secure deal
Getting MPs to support a withdrawal agreement has proved rather difficult.
'Extremely concerning': Downing Street warns MPs over attempts to block Brexit
Former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab said today that Simon Coveney did not rule out a backstop exit mechanism.
Article 50 should be revoked with immediate effect, John Major tells Dublin event
Leaver or remainer, no-one can welcome chaos, the former Conservative prime minister said.
European Court of Justice's top advisor rules UK can revoke Article 50 and remain in European Union
The Advocate General’s opinion is not legally binding, but is often followed by the court’s 27 judges.
Explainer: Britain has triggered Article 50 - but is it reversible?
It depends who you ask – but here’s what the experts think…
Article 50 is triggered, but how are people around the border reacting?
Where the word has been uttered thousands of times in the last nine months, Brexit fatigue has set in.
'No turning back': The UK has triggered Article 50 to leave the EU
Stay with us as we follow the reaction as the Brexit process formally gets underway.
'Dear President Tusk': Here is the letter that confirmed Britain is leaving the EU
The letter was signed by UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
19 excellent tweets about Brexit Day
Father Brexit has been.
Explainer: Theresa May's about to trigger Article 50 - what happens then?
The UK will notify the European Council of its intention to leave in a hand-delivered letter.
May and Sturgeon discuss future of UK - 'moronic' Daily Mail headline focuses on their legs
“The 1950s called and asked for the headline back,” said former Labour leader Ed Miliband.
Juncker calls Brexit 'a tragedy' as he says UK's final bill will be around €58 billion
The EU Commission President said that Article 50 negotiations with the UK will be “frank and fair”.
Theresa May will trigger Article 50 next Wednesday
Britain will formally announce its intention to leave the EU on 29 March.
Queen Elizabeth has given the go-ahead on Brexit with royal stamp of approval
Theresa May’s planned timeline to trigger Article 50 by the end of the month looks on course.
'A full gestation and still no delivery': When will Article 50 be triggered?
Article 50 was expected to be triggered today, but Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement yesterday has muddied the waters.
One step closer: Theresa May gets green light to start Brexit process
The UK Prime Minister has said she will trigger Article 50 by the end of March.
Theresa May to signal end of free movement for EU migrants when Article 50 is triggered
The rights of 3.6 million EU citizens already living in the UK will be protected, if British citizens abroad get the same guarantee.
Tony Blair wants Britain to fight against Brexit
Britain is expected to officially apply to leave the EU in March.
British businesses struggling to fill jobs as EU migrants stay away
Job vacancies in the UK economy remain well above historical average levels.
May determined to stick to her Brexit timetable as she publishes Article 50 bill
MPs will get their first chance to debate the Article 50 bill next Wednesday.
Explainer: What happens now the UK parliament will have to vote on Brexit?
It won’t stop Brexit, but Theresa May’s government won’t have it all its own way.
UK Supreme Court rules Brexit must be approved by Parliament
The UK Supreme Court had been expected to back up the High Court’s previous decision that Parliament must vote on whether or not to invoke Article 50.
'The UK says it needs 50 new trade agreements straight away... Is that doable?'
Theresa May’s government has 24 months to negotiate them – on top of the day jobs.