Interviews show Brexit divisions can cause tension but that people are thinking carefully about how to avoid breakdown.
The deal put forward might win the prime minister support at home but Brussels also has to get on board.
Just a few years ago, very few people cared about the European question in the UK. What made it all change so suddenly?
The world faces a collision between facts and alternative facts – so how do experts get their message heard over the din of fake news?
If he can sell this plan to Brussels, it's game changing – but that's a big 'if'.
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.
As the recent Brexit litigation has shown, the UK's Supreme Court has had to consider political as well as legal issues in its first ten years.
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.
Sadly, politicians have been trying to turn the public against judges for a very long time.
Neither an interest rate cut nor an interest rate rise are out of the question if there's a hard Brexit.
The United Kingdom pretty much did what it wanted in the EU. That it chose to pursue a national agenda of austerity and neoliberalism has nothing to do with Europe.
Does this mean the prime minister lied to the Queen? And could he face personal repercussions?
In trying to please everyone, Labour could lose votes on both sides of the Brexit divide.
Based on current trends, the UK could be heading for a hung parliament.
His prorogation was ruled unlawful, but that won't stop the prime minister playing the populist card.
Members and leaders are at odds over the two biggest issues of the day. And an ambitious motion on a Green New Deal could make waves in Brighton too.
Labour's grassroots members and its leadership look set to clash at its Conference in Brighton. But don't bet on the members getting Corbyn to back Remain.
Advice on how to prepare for Brexit is as much about projecting the government's vision for life after October 31 than it is about what citizens need to do.