MPs are to vote on four of the eight Brexit proposals tabled for a second series of indicative votes on Monday evening. These are the four that have been selected by the Speaker, John Bercow:

‘BREAKING Brexit’: BRITISH lawmakers reject all options in the second round of indicative votes

Nick Boles resigns the Tory whip because Conservative MPs voted down all Brexit alternatives: ”I have given everything. I have accepted I have failed”

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THE HOUSE OF Commons has voted to back an amendment seeking to replace the Irish backstop with unspecific “alternative arrangements”. MPs yesterday evening backed supporting new alternatives to avoid a hard border in Ireland which would ditch the backstop altogether with. [For an explainer on the backstop, click here.] Meanwhile, the EU has ruled out renegotiating the withdrawal agreement it struck with Theresa May’s government. Sabine Weyand, deputy to EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, said yesterday that Britain risked crashing out of the EU without a deal “by accident” because London can’t decide what it wants. So, today we’re asking: Should the EU reopen Brexit negotiations with the UK?

UK Ministers Think A Permanent Customs Union With The EU Is The Price For Solving The Backstop

Senior ministers are arguing that the controversial Irish backstop issue that stands in the way of a Brexit deal can be solved if the UK commits to a form of permanent customs union with the EU, BuzzFeed News has learned.

Sources across Whitehall are increasingly convinced they will be able to secure a political win by adding either an end-date or an exit mechanism to the backstop – the insurance policy to prevent a hard border – that the House of Commons says has to change for a Brexit deal to pass.

Leave.EU @LeaveEUOfficial: “[PRIME MINISTER]May told us that we’d be leaving the Customs Union…”

Leave.EU‏Verified account @LeaveEUOfficial: “May told us that we’d be leaving the Customs Union. Staying in “would betray the vote of the British people” & “make a mockery of the referendum”.