Prime Minister Theresa May is busy with Brexit as the deadline to remove the United Kingdom from the grips of the European Union draws nearer and nearer. Crucial government votes on important aspects of the deal have been delayed, and she has spent more than £100,000 of public money on promoting her version of the deal.
But just a few hours later, she delayed the vote, and Parliament broke into chaos.
The question now is – what on earth is she going to do? Can she get new concessions from the EU on her deal, and will it be enough to get MPs to vote in favour of her withdrawal agreement? Will there be a new referendum? Another general election?
I’m going to try and answer those questions on today’s show.