All the latest from Brexit and how it impacts Erasmus:
Theresa May has promised MPs a final, decisive vote on her Brexit deal with the EU - but not until she has secured changes to the Irish backstop clause.
The PM said she needed "some time" to get the changes she believes MPs want.
She promised to update MPs again on 26 February and, if she had not got a new deal by then, to give them a say on the next steps in non-binding votes.
Jeremy Corbyn accused her of "running down the clock" in an effort to "blackmail" MPs into backing her deal.
Britain is currently leaving the EU on 29 March, with or without a deal.