Brexit: What happens next?

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Join our panel of Guardian writers for up-to-the-minute analysis of the Brexit deal as the clock runs down.

We are less than three months away from leaving the EU, and parliament seems to be at a deadlock over what our Brexit deal will look like. At the end of 2018, there was talk of a second referendum, a snap election, and of further moves against Theresa May - but none of these things have taken us any step closer to understanding what could, or is likely to, happen on 29 March.

Parliament is now coming out of Christmas recess and MPs are due to vote on May's deal in less than two weeks. Will they vote it down? Meanwhile, the government's proposed publicity campaign to prepare the British public for a no-deal exit seems to suggest that if May's deal is rejected, a hard Brexit is our only option. Is that the case?

Time is running out and the questions are mounting. Can May save her deal? What will happen if MPs vote it down? Is Jeremy Corbyn right to defy calls from within his own party to back a second referendum? Is such a referendum feasible or desirable?

Chairing the discussion is the Guardian's Hugh Muir, with Jessica Elgot, Martin Kettle, Aditya Chakrabortty, Lisa O'Carroll and Polly Toynbee on the panel.

Running time: 90 minutes, no interval.

Wheelchair users and visitors who require an assistant may bring a companion free of charge. To book a free companion ticket please email guardianlive.events@theguardian.com

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