With the Brexit deadline just over a month away the Commons continues to be in disarray as to what direction the country is heading in.
Will Theresa May's maligned deal be passed? Will Article 50 be extended? Will we remain or will it be a no deal? Or maybe a second referendum?
All of these scenarios still seem possible but what politicians are actually doing anything about this chaotic situation?
A handful of backbenchers have attempted to raise their concerns about the state of Brexit, including Labour's Jess Phillips.
Yesterday the MP for Birmingham Yardley accused May of having an 'utter lack of bravery' and pleaded with her to vote against a no deal.
I feel so enraged this week with the complete and utter lack of bravery to do the right thing for our country and, maybe it's because I've spent my week in my constituency trying to put out the burning injustices that the Prime Minister's government has started where I live.
I will not sit one more day and listen to her crow about employing going up where where I live employment is falling and hunger is rising I have one, one midwife for the entirety of my constituency currently, there are people in my constituency living in hotels and they have to move out because Crufts is coming to Birmingham.
Will the prime minister do a brave thing and do once what is best for the country not what is best for any of us? Do what is best for the country, will she be brave and at least answer the question of my colleague, is will she at least vote herself against no-deal?
"I feel so enraged with the complete and utter lack of bravery to do the right thing for our country."
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