These are the key stories from Wednesday's Raw Politics show:
British government found in contempt of parliament
For the first time in Britain's history, the government was found in contempt of parliament on Tuesday after ministers failed to release the full legal advice regarding Brexit.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May had a bad day losing three votes in what as a historic night in the House of Commons.
The Raw Politics panel tonight looks at the fallout from Tuesday's defeat and what it means for the so-called 'backstop' issue.
'Gilets jaunes' protests continue in France
"Gilets Jaunes" ("Yellow Vest") protests are continuing throughout France as French President Macron's ratings plummet.
What began as a protest against fuel taxes has become a social movement.
Euronews' Annelise Borges is meeting with protesters in Lille, who have gathered at a roundabout over the past three weeks, and talks to them about why they are demonstrating.
Veganism and religion
Should veganism have the same legal protections as a religion? Raw Politics interviews the man behind a landmark case in the UK.