Ministerial cars were spotted leaving the House of Commons on Wednesday evening, after Members of Parliament (MPs) voted to to reject the idea of leaving the EU without a deal.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss was whisked away with the government in apparent disarray. Thirteen ministers defied the Conservative party whip and refused to back the government's own motion, after it was amended to rule out any prospect of a no-deal Brexit.
On College Green, Labour MP Jon Ashworth gave his assessment of Brexit in an interview.
Following today's session, MPs will now get to vote on possible extension to Article 50 and if it is passed - and the EU agrees to it - the UK will not leave the EU as planned on 29 March.
Prime Minister Theresa May said the government would seek an extension if MPs had not backed the Withdrawal Agreement by March 20 - a third attempt to get her deal through Parliament.