What does proroguing parliament mean?
Parliament is being prorogued. Is this normal?
A new Brexit bill doesn’t allow the EU to unilaterally extend the Brexit date
Parliament has the power to reject an extension date suggested by the EU.
No postal votes from the EU referendum are recorded as “missing”
A higher percentage of postal votes were counted in the EU referendum than in the last two general elections.
Do EU rules prevent safer lorries?
Lorry design specifications are set by the EU, but the UK initially opposed its plans to allow safer lorries on the road.
Brexit bill: What amendments have been passed?
This week the Commons voted on 15 amendments that have been passed in the House of Lords over the past few months. We looked at what happened.
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill will repeal the European Communities Act 1972. This means EU institutions can’t make laws affecting the UK any more.
Ask Full Fact: the 'Great Repeal Bill'
A brief explanation of the Great Repeal Bill announced by the government in October 2016, as part of the process of leaving the European Union.
Brexit amendments in the House of Lords
What happens if MPs reject amendments to the law triggering Article 50 inserted by the House of Lords?
The Article 50 bill
What does the law on triggering Brexit have in common with the law enabling women to sit in parliament?
Why is there a Brexit court case in Ireland?
Campaigners are taking a case to the Irish High Court in order to find out whether a notification under Article 50 can be reversed.
The Article 50 Supreme Court judgment, explained
Our potted summary of the Supreme Court's decision that parliament has to pass a law before Brexit can get underway.
Leaving the EU without Article 50
Pulling out of the European Union without triggering Article 50 would be illegal.
Brexit in the Supreme Court: the arguments
The Supreme Court will decide whether the government has the power to trigger Brexit without an Act of Parliament. These are the competing legal arguments the justices will hear.
Brexit in the Supreme Court: a preview
The Supreme Court will decide whether the government has the power to trigger Brexit without an Act of Parliament. Here's what you need to know about the case.
Was the EU referendum “advisory”?
A referendum can be legally non-binding but, arguably, politically binding.
What does the High Court’s Article 50 ruling mean for Brexit?
The judgment on 3 November means that the government can’t leave the EU without parliament passing a law allowing Article 50 to be used.
Judges to rule on Brexit tomorrow
Joshua Rozenberg's analysis of the prospects for the Article 50 legal challenge that will be decided by the High Court tomorrow.
Brexit: which EU citizens will have the right to stay in the UK?
A high proportion of EU citizens in the UK are likely to be entitled to a special status under EU law by the time of Brexit, but it depends on the Government's negotiations with the EU.
Ask Full Fact: Brexit in court
We've heard a lot about legal challenges after the vote to leave the European Union. What are they about and what do they hope to achieve?
Are judges deciding whether the UK will leave the EU?
Judges are being asked to decide whether the government can trigger Article 50 without seeking the consent of Parliament.
Who can veto a Brexit deal?
Individual countries won’t be able to veto an EU-UK deal on how it leaves the bloc, but could block a deal on future trade if they don’t like it.
Can the UK change its mind about leaving the EU?
It's not clear whether or not the UK can halt the process of leaving the EU midway through. This has implications for suggestions of a second vote.