Sean Curran reports from Westminster where the Prime Minister is accused of misleading MPs about Brexit. Also in the programme: the International Trade Secretary says there is a "real danger" MPs might try to "steal" Brexit from the British people; in the Lords, the Archbishop of Canterbury calls for "national reconciliation" following the bitter divisions over Brexit; and MPs debate the problems caused by Shisha lounges. Editor: Rachel Byrne.
Susan Hulme reports on today's sitting at Westminster as Theresa May fights to save her proposed Brexit agreement after MPs inflict three damaging defeats on the Government.
The Prime Minister faced MPs at the start of the five-day debate on the draft Withdrawal Agreement insisting it is the only deal on offer. But the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, continues to oppose Mrs May's plan saying it would leave the country "worse off".
Should the Government publish the legal advice it's received on Brexit? Sean Curran follows lively exchanges in the Commons.
Also on the programme:
* Sports Direct supremo Mike Ashley relates his formula on how to revive Britain's ailing high streets.
* The Government's chief Brexit adviser faces the questions of the Brexit committee.
* Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn clash over the conflict in Yemen and the murder of a Saudi journalist.