As prime minister Theresa May tells the country there is now a greater likelihood of not leaving the European Union at all than of doing so without a deal, it looks set to be a long week in British politics.
With Brexit at the forefront of our minds at our annual conference and awards last week, we asked IFAs for their views on what could happen, what should happen, and how they are preparing their clients for the consequences.
MPs are due to take part in a meaningful vote on Theresa May's withdrawal deal tomorrow. It was originally due in December, but was postponed by May after it appeared likely it would be voted down by the House of Commons.
Read our conference exclusive, including extracts from our exclusive interview with MP Nicky Morgan: 40% of IFAs now back 2nd referendum as Brexit D-Day looms