Few seem to think the government can win next week’s Commons vote on the withdrawal agreement. So as the clock keeps ticking down to 29 March and the UK’s exit from the EU, what do the next few weeks have in store?
What are the chances of a second referendum? Extending article 50? A ‘Norway-plus’ arrangement? Crashing out of Europe with no deal? Or, somehow, Theresa May’s deal getting through?
With Jon Henley to run through all these scenarios is Simon Usherwood, the deputy director of the UK in a Changing Europe programme; Sonia Sodha, the Observer’s chief leader writer; and Jennifer Rankin, the Guardian’s Brussels correspondent.
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