British Prime Minister, Theresa May and Labour Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, have called talks to break the Brexit deadlock in parliament, “constructive”.
The two leaders met on wednesday and agreed on a plan to try to find a way forward to put to members of parliament, for a vote.
The two leaders also met with Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, in what she describes as a good meeting.
But she says the prime minister remains unclear, what compromises she is willing to make.
Meantime, by the narrowest of margins, the House of Commons voted in favor of legislation which forces the UK government to request another extension to the Brexit process.
The bill, which passed by 313 votes to 312, seeks to prevent Prime Minister Theresa May yanking the UK out of the European Union without an agreed deal.
Two ministers have already resigned from May’s government in protest of her compromise with opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn.