Welcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing: essential reading now more than ever as crunch time draws near. If you would like to receive this as a weekly email, please sign up here. And catch our monthly Brexit Means … podcast here. Producing the Guardian’s independent, in-depth journalism takes time and money. We do it because we believe our perspective matters, and it may be yours too. If you value our Brexit coverage, please support us. Thank you. Top stories It’s all getting a bit complicated and time is nearly up. So, where are we at? A couple of weeks after Theresa May’s deal was crushed by MPs, the prime minister brings Brexit back to parliament this week with a simple motion on the government’s next steps. The amendments are what you need to watch. They come in three varieties: the first, tabled by Labour’s Yvette Cooper, aims to avoid no deal by allowing MPs to vote for an article 50 extension if the withdrawal agreement is not passed by 26 February. The problem with this is not just whether it gets a majority, but whether it works: without some degree of certainty on what version of Brexit the UK… Read full this story
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