THERESA May has announced that a further extension of Article 50 will now be required but to obtain this, as the EU has said, the UK will need to present a clear plan. She also ruled out going for no deal insisting that the best way for Britain to leave was with a deal.
Her immediate plan is to sit down with Jeremy Corbyn and try to agree on a plan they can both agree on.
If no such plan is agreed then the House will take part in further indicative votes.
Such a plan is likely to include membership of the Customs Union, something Labour has consistently supported and has come closest to a Parliamentary majority, and now there could well be resignations from the Cabinet.
Ministers left Downing Street steely-eyed and closed lipped. Pointedly, May never indicated that she had Cabinet support for this new position. Resignations could come from prominent Brexiteers such as Andrea Leadsom, Penny Mordaunt and Liam Fox.
Now Britain is going to get an establishment stitch-up between the two main parties to betray Brexit and overthrow the 2016 Referendum result.