As a million people march, Britain drops deeper into the Brexit black hole.
EU countries are wary to allow for yet more time wasting by futile Brexit discussions occupying the EU agenda just because British politicians are incapable of making up their minds.
A short eight-week delay to adjust the joint statement on post-Brexit relations accordingly would be fine for the EU27.
A surprise outcome in the key votes in the UK parliament this week is unlikely.
Why Britain needs to pause Article 50, prepare a second referendum and think of Japan’s economic fate.
It seems less likely by the day that Britain can solve its Brexit problem in an orderly parliamentary process. The question is whether there are other options.
Hardcore Brexiteers’ proposition that May is incompetent because “she” does not deliver the Brexit they want is an unvarnished form of sexism.
Letting Britons have another vote on Brexit is the only sensible option.