With Brexit looming large on Europe, Prime Minister Theresa May is making a last-ditch bid this weekend to win support among British MPs for her EU divorce deal.
This is ahead of another pivotal week in the Brexit process.
This comes amid the reports that her leadership is under imminent threat.
After securing a short delay to Britain’s departure from the European Union beyond March, May appealed directly to lawmakers to contact her “over the coming days as parliament prepares to take a momentous decision”.
Next week could see MPs vote for a third time on her unpopular withdrawal agreement.
The House of Commons has already overwhelmingly rejected the pact twice since it was struck with the EU last year and the Democratic Unionist Party, her parliamentary allies, indicated Friday they remain opposed.