As Theresa May prepares to update MPs on the latest Brexit plans, Business Minister Richard Harrington tells us no deal would be a "disaster". Vice President of the European Parliament Mairead McGuinness say the Irish backstop cannot be removed from any deal; French chef Raymond Blanc says his business depends on EU workers; and Labour's Yvette Cooper says a no deal Brexit must be ruled out.
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Monday's business with Dominic O'Connell
Patisserie Valerie needs a lifeline from its banks – what more do we know about how it got into this mess?
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Nick Robinson's Brexit dinner
"Just get on with it". That, we're told, is the cry coming from the electorate as they curse politicians for proving unable or unwilling to find a way through the maze that Brexit has become. To discover if that really is what people are thinking Today's Nick Robinson joined a group of voters in Milton Keynes for a Friday night curry. They were chosen for us by the pollsters Ipsos Mori. Half voted Leave. Half Remain.
RT fights broadcast regulator
Russian broadcaster RT is fighting to keep its license in the after a finding from Ofcom that it broke impartiality rules. RT is seeking a judicial review. We hear from its deputy editor Anna Belkina and Tory MP Bob Seely. (Image: RT van, credit: Getty images)
Prince Philip's car crash
Prince Philip will reluctantly accept he cannot drive anymore, his long time friend Gyles Brandreth tells Today. We also speak to the man who helped the duke out of the car, Roy Warne, who says he saw the car "tumbling" across the road as it "rolled on the other side".
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