With Brexit due in 10 days, with no agreed plan, no agreed extension, and the government barred from holding a third vote on May’s deal, where do we go from here?

21-22 March

European council summit decides on

whether to allow an extension to article 50

EU agrees to a

short extension

No

UK leaves

without a deal

on 29 March

May has to get a deal through quickly.

She puts her plan back to parliament,

with some changes

Bercow

allows it

MPs vote on May’s new deal

No

Yes

UK leaves with

May’s new deal

Government has to think again

Bercow

doesn’t allow it

Constitutional crisis. Parliament

prorogued to create new session?

EU agrees to a long extension

beyond summer and Euro elections

May faces

leadership

challenge

Complete

deadlock

General

election

Second

referendum

UK leaves with

May’s new deal

May agrees

a new deal

21-22 March

European council summit decides on

whether to allow an extension to article 50

UK leaves without

a deal on 29 March

No

EU agrees to a

short extension

May has to get a deal through quickly.

She puts her plan back to parliament,

with some changes

Bercow

allows it

UK leaves with

May’s new deal

Yes

MPs vote on May’s new deal

No

Government has

to think again

Bercow

doesn’t allow it

Constitutional crisis. Parliament

prorogued to create new session?

EU agrees to a long extension

beyond summer and Euro elections

UK leaves with

May’s new deal

May faces

leadership

challenge

Complete

deadlock

Second

referendum

May agrees

a new deal

General election