- MPs are voting on a bill that would require the PM to seek an extension to Article 50
- The PM and Jeremy Corbyn met for two hours this afternoon to discuss Brexit
- Downing Street called the talks "constructive"
- Mr Corbyn called them "useful but inconclusive"
- Mrs May also met the first ministers of Scotland and Wales, Nicola Sturgeon and Mark Drakeford
- Brexit minister Chris Heaton-Harris quits role in protest at Mrs May ruling out no-deal Brexit
- Earlier, minister Nigel Adams resigned over PM's decision to meet Mr Corbyn for talks
- A vote on whether MPs could seize control of the parliamentary timetable on Monday was tied, before the speaker rejected it with his casting vote