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Will Brexit be solved by tomorrow? Haha, no.

Will Brexit be solved by tomorrow? Haha, no.

Tomorrow, UK Parliament will debate and vote on a number of alternative Brexit proposals. But it's still highly unlikely that will resolve anything.

Panic (and confusion) on the streets of London

Panic (and confusion) on the streets of London

Crikey's correspondent at large, now on the ground in London, shares some street scenes from the unfolding Brexit catastrophe.

What’s next for Brexit? A brief explainer on the latest mess

What’s next for Brexit? A brief explainer on the latest mess

It's arguable that anyone can predict anything about Brexit, but we can at least give it a go.

May and her cabinet should resign immediately

May and her cabinet should resign immediately

A "backstop" agreement has undone Theresa May's chances of avoiding further chaos. She should now resign.

Why it’s simply impassable! Brexit deal enters an absurd Wonderland.

Why it’s simply impassable! Brexit deal enters an absurd Wonderland.

With the latest moves on Brexit in the House of Commons, absurdity and governance have fused completely.

May flounder: UK leader emphatically defeated on Brexit vote

May flounder: UK leader emphatically defeated on Brexit vote

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has had her planned Brexit deal thoroughly demolished in the House of Commons.

Negotiating Brexit is a parliamentary pantomime

Negotiating Brexit is a parliamentary pantomime

With no clear path in sight, the over-complicated Brexit farce is now threatening the legitimacy of the UK parliament.

Coalition reckons with Danslide

Coalition reckons with Danslide

Good morning, early birds. The Coalition is dealing with the aftermath of Saturday's Victorian election loss, European leaders sign off on Brexit "tragedy", and South Australia prepares ahead of a prison smoking ban. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

The Tories are revolting!

The Tories are revolting!

Negotiating the Brexit deal has taken the Conservative Party to full and open revolt.

Rundle: and the next president of France will be …

Rundle: and the next president of France will be …

Le Pen is probably not going to win the presidential election, but that does not mean it is smooth sailing for France's future relationship with the EU.