THE Government’s Brexit chaos continued this past week – and there will be more developments between my writing this column and the time it is printed.

Last Wednesday, MPs had the opportunity to participate in indicative votes on various Brexit-related motions.

This unusual step came after an amendment was passed securing parliamentary time for debate and a series of votes on Brexit scenarios, to see which, if any, might command a majority in the House of Commons.

Following this, on Friday the Prime Minister brought her botched deal back to the house again, after what can only be described as political ‘trickery of the highest order’.

But yet again she was defeated, this time by 58 votes.

This was another huge defeat despite increasingly desperate efforts by the Government to try and cajole people in the last few hours before the vote.

I am not prepared to support a blindfold Brexit - so I voted NO. Surely it should be three strikes and out for this deal now?

And so on Monday, further indicative votes were held as MPs once again took control of parliamentary business – despite attempts by the government to shut down our debate before it started.

Supporting the move to hold these further indicative votes on Monday, I said: “I think Parliament made remarkable progress the other day in a few hours, compared with the Government, who have had two years to sort this out.

"It is important that we not only have the opportunity to make further progress tonight, but, if necessary, a small amount of time on Wednesday to get to where we need to be, so that Parliament can take control and we can move forward together as a House.”

And so on Monday evening, there was a hugely significant result placing a People’s Vote as the top option for resolving the impasse, with a Customs Union only narrowly missing out as well.

I voted the same way as I did last week – for a Customs Union; for a People’s Vote, and to revoke Article 50 if we face a No Deal Brexit.

It’s time for the PM to compromise for the good of the country.

We all need to work together to find a solution.

We need a credible Brexit option to be put to a public vote in a final say, with the option on the ballot paper to Remain, in order to find a way through this crisis.