All of last week’s discussions around Westminster were about the formation of an emergency Government by anti-No-Deal MPs and who could lead such a Government. However, the most significant bit is what comes next... []

Professor Philip Syrpis’ analysis on Jeremy Corbyn’s letter, and the prospects for ‘a strictly time-limited temporary Government’ to stop a no-deal Brexit. []

If it is clear within 14 days of a vote of no confidence that an alternative government led by X commanding the confidence of the House of Commons can be formed, the Queen must appoint X, whatever Johnson does, George Peretz QC argues. []

Another week of fact-checked and unmissable politics in videos, in case you missed it. Featuring Elizabeth Harrington, Lord Lamont, Ruth Lea, Christian Picciolini, Tucker Carlson, Justin King, Annunziata Rees-Mogg, John Redwood and Sajid Javid. []

Meet David from Somerset. He voted Leave in 2016, but not for No-Deal. Unless an EFTA/Norway deal is on offer, he is a reluctant Remainer Now who would rather vote Remain in a new referendum. []

The memories of mass marches, grassroots protests, and MPs’ determination are clouded by the danger of a no-deal Brexit. The cause to Remain has been shaped by external forces, potentially for the last time. And in this climate of worry, a second referendum has become a fantasy. []