On Tuesday night, prime minister Theresa May dramatically announced that she would be meeting with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in an attempt to break the Brexit deadlock.

In response, Corbyn said that he would be 'very happy' to meet with the prime minister after it was confirmed that the government would seek an extension of Article 50 beyond 12 April.

The two opposing leaders are set to meet on Wednesday to discuss how the Commons can come together and vote on a majority for a deal that will finally take the UK out of the EU.

While this may be seen as a way forward on Brexit, it hasn't been greeted with overwhelming positivity from both Labour and Tory supporters.

One side feels that it displays incredibly weak leadership from the prime minister.

Others feel that it might be an attempt to pass the blame of Brexit onto Corbyn.

It's so controversial that one Tory minister has already resigned.

There were many, many jokes about how the meeting is likely to go.

Seriously, what could possibly go wrong?

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