Voters want answers on Brexit – but they also want to talk about Brexit less. So keeping the discussion focused is vital.
With a further extension the EU hopes to facilitate the ratification of the withdrawal agreement and thus ensure an orderly Brexit
It looked touch and go all day but MPs have ultimately voted for an election by a large majority.
There are five possible options left for the UK, but which is the most likely to work?
On one hand, the Conservatives are experiencing a poll bounce. On the other, well, everything else.
The UK prime minister says parliament is holding up the Brexit process. But is that really the case?
Some argue that a written document would settle difficult questions at times of crisis, but recent evidence suggests otherwise.
Westminster has pushed Northern Ireland to fall into line with the rest of the UK when it comes to women's reproductive rights and marriage for same-sex couples.
MPs were supposed to vote either for or against the prime minister's deal in a special weekend session. But things didn't quite work out like that.
A vague list of ideas for a government that doesn't really want to see this parliament run its course.
Interviews show Brexit divisions can cause tension but that people are thinking carefully about how to avoid breakdown.
Just a few years ago, very few people cared about the European question in the UK. What made it all change so suddenly?
The ruling suggests there is an enduring disregard for one of the most vulnerable groups in today’s society: older women.
Division among the opposition parties continues to play into Boris Johnson's hands.
If he can sell this plan to Brussels, it's game changing – but that's a big 'if'.
Behind the showman, there is a very real strategy.
A look at his published writing shows the prime minister has ramped up the rhetoric as Brexit has approached.
The Conservative Party has long positioned itself as the voice of law and order – now that's been shot to bits.
The humiliation of asking for a Brexit extension could be a price worth paying to get an election.
Use of the words 'traitor', 'surrender' and 'betrayal' have increased inside parliament but everyone outside needs to watch their language too.