The Day of Reckoning

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The Telegraph
Friday, March 29, 2019
Best for Brexit

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“I dearly wish we could be toasting Britain’s freedom with champagne at 11pm tonight, just as we’d planned. Under the circumstances, half a glass of Tizer and Nurofen is more like it”Allison Pearson.

Today was meant to be the day we left the European Union but instead, 1,009 days after the referendum, Theresa May returns to Parliament this afternoon for a desperate last-ditch vote.

The Prime Minister has promised to resign if she gets her deal through, but Eurosceptic MPs insists she must announce her departure timetable today regardless of the result.

It is the day of reckoning.

Below are some articles explaining what you need to know before it unfolds. As a registered reader you have access to one Premium article each week. To read more, start your free 30-day trial here.

You can also follow all the developments with the best and most reliable analysis from our team of experts in Westminster and Brussels.

The Withdrawal Agreement
Allison Pearson
Champagne celebrations have been replaced by the bitter taste of betrayal
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The politics
Owen Paterson
We must resist the PM’s wretched deal – a clean Brexit is within sight
Read more
The finances
Fraser Nelson
In this leadership race, the future of Conservatism is up for grabs
Read more
Explained
The Withdrawal Agreement but not the Political Declaration – what exactly are MPs voting on today?
Read more
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