These are unsettling times in Scotland, with the Scottish Parliament about to call for a second referendum on independence and the UK on the cusp of invoking article 50 to divorce itself from the EU. But how does the Scot on the street feel?
A cross-party parliamentary committee has urged the government to consider a "limited extension" if key issues aren't dealt with. The committee's chair said "credible, detailed proposals" need to be put forward now.
The EU has made "good progress" in talks on citizens rights and Britain Brexit divorce bill, according to EU officials. However, a definitive solution to the thorny issue of the Irish border remains elusive.
Poland's president has drawn comparisons between his country's EU membership and its 123 years of partitions. The government, under pressure from Brussels, rarely misses an opportunity to bare its patriotic teeth.
The two countries have moved to prevent the UK government from launching a power grab when Britain leaves the European Union. New legislation will be introduced to enshrine EU laws on fishing and farming if required.
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