We're going to end our live coverage here for now. Thanks for sticking with us.
It has been a confusing day, with reports and counter-reports flying around.
But here is what has actually happened:
- UK and EU negotiators continued talks to try to get the text of a deal ready to be signed off by EU leaders at Thursday's summit
- EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier updated the bloc on the state of negotiations
- PM Boris Johnson held meetings with his cabinet and backbench MPs and likened the negotiations to climbing Everest, saying the summit was "not far" but still surrounded by "cloud"
- Downing Street also held meetings with the DUP, whose support will be key to getting a deal agreed in Parliament
- Irish PM Leo Varadkar said a "pathway" to a deal was possible but added that there were "issues yet to be resolved
- But a government source this evening told the BBC there would not be a deal tonight
- Meanwhile, Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay told MPs Mr Johnson "will comply with the law" regarding the terms of any further extension