Some see it as tantamount to a no-deal Brexit but it might at least get through parliament.
The prime minister may have won a vote of no confidence in her leadership, but Theresa May will struggle to get what she needs from Brussels.
A cross party alliance? A fresh election? None of the options look particularly appealing right now.
Investors – like everyone else – have little idea of what's going to happen next and are reacting accordingly.
For two-and-a-half years misstep has followed misstep.
It might have looked like her only choice, but postponing the vote was the wrong move for a weak prime minister.
The ruling offers some relief for Remainers – but don't go thinking this is the end of Brexit.
Some possible outcomes as we head into the unknown.
It might seem counterintuitive, but what if giving MPs more freedom could stop the rebellion?
Gibraltarians are famously proud to be British. But amid the uncertainty of Brexit, some are having an existential identity crisis.
Supporters and opponents to the withdrawal deal both say national security is under threat – but the truth is that neither side can guarantee anything at this stage.
Independent research estimates that Theresa May's deal could reduce UK GDP per capita by between 1.9% and 5.5% over ten years.
An explainer on what will happen during the Brexit transition period set out in the withdrawal agreement.
This group only recently reached voting age, and they'd like to have a say.
The PM has shown time and again that her political judgement is way off base, yet she claims to know that her deal is the best option.
Why a No Deal option shouldn't be on the ballot in any second referendum.
Expect more member states to 'do a Spain' once future relationship talks commence.
A leaked version of the political declaration shows that Brexit is by no means 'sorted' yet.
As the divorce part of the Brexit negotiations approach their endgame, attention is turning to the future relationship between the UK and EU. The view from EU capitals.
Ukraine shows how it's possible to have single market access, while maintaining control of your borders and staying out of the European Court of Justice.