MPs will today decide whether to back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal and pave the way for the UK to leave the EU on October 31.
MPs have rejected Theresa May's revised EU Withdrawal Agreement, plunging the UK into fresh political crisis.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has confirmed he will scrap the requirement for the police and fire service in Scotland to pay VAT - insisting people north of the border should not lose out because of the "obstinacy" of the Scottish Government.
A round-up of some of the key moments as Britain opted to leave the EU.
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Why the sudden increase in pressure from within parts of the Labour Party for Jeremy Corbyn to go?
The House of Commons is trying to shed some of its stuffy image, with clerks no longer expected to wear wigs while great matters of state take place.