Welcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing, keeping you up to date with whatever the hell just happened in Brexit. Or trying to. It is not easy. If you would like to receive this as a weekly email, please sign up here. And catch our monthly Brexit Means podcast here. Top stories So we’re back where we started. Two years after negotiations began and four days before Britain was due to leave, it’s all still to play for. Deal, no deal, election, second vote, soft Brexit, hard Brexit: the EU has told Britain to decide – and MPs intend to. Theresa May headed to Brussels last week to seek an unconditional extension of article 50 to 30 June. Ringing in her ears was a remarkable joint warning from the TUC and the CBI (ie the unions and the employers) that the country faced a national emergency and urgently needed a plan B to avert a no deal. Also ringing in the prime minister’s ears were the howls of fury of many in the House of Commons after she delivered a statement in Downing Street that she may well live to regret, blaming squabbling MPs for delaying Brexit and telling the… Read full this story
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