Theresa May tells MPs that the UK has begun the process of leaving the European Union with the triggering of Article 50, saying “This is an historic moment from which there can be no turning back.”
Economy Secretary Keith Brown says he is sorry for the issues raised from collapse of the Scots-China investment pack.
AMs quiz the economy and health secretaries. There is a statement on Article 50. Debates are held on statutory advocacy provision, ovarian cancer and changes to educational institutions.
MLAs hold a special meeting of the Northern Ireland Assembly to mark the death of Martin McGuinness.
Just hours before the triggering of Article 50, consensus on the Commons influential Brexit Committee melted away - so what will happen next?