It’s the week that Brexit finally, perhaps irrevocably, broke politics. Theresa May, architect of this catastrophe, insists she’s the only person at Westminster who isn’t to blame. And in doing so, alienates the very MPs whose support she needs to keep her battered Brexit deal alive.
As the EU agrees a Brexit delay, we weigh up another inexplicable week on our rollercoaster ride out of the European Union, asking if there’s ever been a Prime Minister less willing to compromise or face up to scrutiny.
Labour’s leader throws a toddler’s tantrum at a time of national crisis, and the Speaker removes the last shreds of doubt that he’s very much on one side of the debate.
Plus we hear from some of the passionate supporters and opponents of Brexit, who stand outside Parliament every day with their banners and flags. What compels them to do it.