On the day Brexit was due to start, MPs will be asked to vote on one part of the deal negotiated with the EU.

They will vote on the withdrawal agreement on the Irish “backstop”, divorce bill and citizens’ rights.

But it will not amount to a third “meaningful vote” on the deal, as it will not include a vote on the UK’s future relationship with the EU.

It comes before Monday’s expected reduced number of indicative votes.

All of this means more uncertainty. In this light we interview Adrian Burrows, UK CFO of Great Western Hotels on the group’s Brexit strategy.