By Paul Hardy, Richard Bonnar and Jeroen Jansen
In another frenetic week, UK politicians again failed to find a majority for the Brexit options laid out in “indicative votes” in Parliament and Theresa May, the UK prime minister, opened discussions with Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the opposition Labour party. May has asked the EU for another extension, until the end of June – but Donald Tusk, the European Council president is reported to have offered a longer one-year “flexible extension.”
Meanwhile, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has cautioned that a no-deal Brexit “becomes day after day more likely” and French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that it was up to the UK “to present a credible alternative plan” between now and April 10 to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
We’ve analyzed what the latest developments will mean in the UK, Europe and beyond – and look ahead to more key dates for the Brexit process.