Jeremy Corbyn's recent letter to the PM, which laid out his Brexit policy but did not refer to the second EU referendum that many in his party want, has brought his party to the brink of splitting.
As a result the Labour leadership has been forced to say that the second EU referendum was still on the table.
Corbyn's letter was seen by Labour Party members as an attempt to try and get Tory MPs on his side by effectively working with the Tories to facilitate the Brexit they did not want, causing threats from many that they would leave the party.
And the Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, backed this up today by telling the BBC Radio 4 programme that, if a compromise deal acceptable to the House cannot be reached, then a second referendum should be held. That of course means an Article 50 extension and all the related upheaval.
Moving on, Theresa May spent a couple of days in Northern Ireland, then went to Brussels to be told that whatever she wanted the answer was no, as well as that Jeremy Corbyn's proposals looked very promising - no wonder her sour face, and she's now off to see the Irish PM, Leo Varadkar to not talk about the Irish Backstop, because he's said he won't discuss it..
Commenting on this the UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader, Gerard Batten, said that Mrs May was just involved now in pointless meetings. He also said th..