Brexit: Political movement in Westminister as clock ticks down
Inside Politics: May accepts Brexit may be delayed as Corbyn relents on second referendum
Theresa May told the House of Commons that any Brexit delay would be short
Almost on the eve of the very last month we have had political movement in Westminster. Defections from both the Labour Party and from the Tories have sparked the change. There was also a reported threatened rebellion by Tory ministers virulently opposed to a no deal.
And so over the space of less than a day we had Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn relent on a second referendum, and then prime minister Theresa May accept for the first time that Brexit may be delayed beyond March 29th.