It’s one year since Theresa May triggered Article 50, marking the start of two years of negotiations to thrash out a deal for Britain's exit from the European Union.
In December, May and Juncker celebrated the end of the first phase of negotiations, but there is still much to be decided; the customs union, the single market trade deal, immigration and more. Amid accusations of disunity within the Tory cabinet, what kind of deal will May be able to achieve? Will Corbyn shift Labour's policy on Brexit? Are key figures in Europe like Emmanuel Macron and Donald Tusk open to a rethink? And with growing support for a second referendum on the deal, what should we expect with one year to go?
Join the conversation with The Guardian’s Brexit policy editor Dan Roberts, Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at Kings College London, Eloise Todd, chief executive officer, Best for Britain and our chair for the evening The Guardian’s deputy political editor, Anne Perkins. More speakers to be announced.