After marathon Cabinet talks lasting almost eight hours, the Prime Minister spoke from Downing Street, announcing her intension to seek a further extension of Article 50, and offered to reach across the aisle to the opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.
He’d dominated the entire weekend and had so far ran a near perfect race, but with ten laps to go, engine troubles left Charles Leclerc a sitting duck.
In his second ever race for Ferrari, Charles Leclerc will start tomorrow’s Bahrain Grand Prix at the front of the grid. The Scuderia have enjoyed a transformation in fortunes since Melbourne, with Mercedes trailing on the second row.
Westminster hoped to gain clarity in a series of indicative votes on alternative options for Brexit. It did not, as all were rejected by MPs.
The Prime Minister was addressing Conservative MPs at a meeting of the 1922 Committee when she announced she was prepared to leave Downing Street sooner than planned, if her Brexit deal was passed through Parliament.
UEFA have begun disciplinary proceedings against Montenegro on charges of racist behaviour after Danny Rose and other England players were subjected to abuse at Monday’s Euro 2020 qualifying match.
The prime minister was forced to apologise for sneaking a chocolate bar into Canada’s House of Commons.