On Monday, MPs will take part in a second round of votes on alternative Brexit proposals.
The intention is to see what outcome, if any, commands a majority.
None of MPs’ eight proposed options secured a majority in the first set of indicative votes on 27 March, but those which received the most were a customs union with the EU and a referendum on any deal.
Many of those eight options have returned for round two, but some have been replaced with new alternatives.
Voting is expected to begin at 20:00 BST. Here’s a breakdown of the options listed on the order paper.
Motion A: Unilateral right of exit from backstop
Proposer: John Baron, Conservative
This proposal aims to commit the UK to leave the EU on 22 May with an