MPs in Britain have approved an amended government motion that rejects leaving the European Union without a deal, at any time.
That vote coming a day after MP's overwhelmingly rejected - once again - the agreement that the prime minister had negotiated with the European Union for the UK's departure. Tomorrow there will be another separate vote on whether to request an extension to the Brexit process.
So are we any closer to knowing how and when Brexit will take place? Kathryn talks to Cliff Taylor, a writer for the Irish Times and the BBC's Rob Watson.