After Thursday’s agreement to delay Brexit, Britain’s EU withdrawal is taking place to a new timetable. So what happens next?
Theresa May is to make a last-ditch drive to persuade MPs to back her EU withdrawal plan after Brussels agreed to delay Brexit to May 22 if she can secure support from the Commons for the deal next week.
Theresa May has ruled out cancelling the Brexit countdown despite a public petition soaring past two million signatures.
Theresa May has acknowledged MPs have a difficult and frustrating job dealing with Brexit after she provoked a furious backlash by blaming Parliament for delays in EU withdrawal.
European Council president Donald Tusk said there was “a lot of space” in hell when asked about comments on those who promoted Brexit without a plan.
A shortage of skilled workers across Scotland could worsen after Brexit, it has been suggested.
More than two-fifths of Scots have felt powerless, angry or worried in the last year because of Brexit, according to a charity survey.
Union and business leaders have issued a joint plea to the Prime Minister urging her to “change course” in her approach to Brexit.
EU leaders have offered the UK a plan which would delay Brexit from March 29 to May 22, on condition that MPs approve Theresa May’s withdrawal deal in a vote next week.
The future of Brexit was being decided behind closed doors in Brussels, as leaders of the 27 remaining EU states wrangled over a possible postponement in Theresa May’s absence.
Oscar-nominated director Tim Burton has predicted that Britain’s departure from the European Union will be delayed.
The armed forces have set up a command centre in an underground bunker as part of contingency plans for the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal.
EU leaders were locked in discussions over proposals to postpone Brexit, amid wrangling over the final deadline for the UK to leave.
The European Union looks set to offer to delay Brexit until May 22, so long as MPs approve Theresa May’s withdrawal deal in a House of Commons vote next week.
The Prime Minister “will not countenance” revoking Article 50 despite a public petition calling for the Brexit deadline to be cancelled passing 1.5 million signatures.
Police have warned pro-Brexit campaigners planning “go slow” protests on the UK’s roads that they could face prosecution.
A petition demanding that Brexit is stopped has reached one million signatures – including thousands in Tayside and Fife.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar and Prime Minister Theresa May have held a short bilateral meeting in Brussels.
Theresa May must take responsibility “for the mess that the UK is in” after blaming MPs for the Brexit chaos, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has declined to rule out halting Brexit if it is the only way of avoiding a no-deal withdrawal from the European Union.