The EU has united behind the Brexit deal in Brussels, making clear this is the only deal possible. But as the EU Council president stated, this is not the end of the road - it marks just the first step of many.
Euronews' Brussels correspondent Shona Murray takes you through what might happen at Sunday's monumental Brexit summit
British Prime Minister Theresa May said a deal on Brexit is “within our grasp” as she addressed the media outside her Downing Street office on Thursday.
In this edition of the Brief: the Italian budget drama gets serious as the Commissions launches first steps in its disciplinary procedure, the UK PM visits Juncker to talk Brexit and Danske Bank whistleblower talks about how to stop money laundering.
"I'm begging you, please don't break my plan," May appears to say, to the tune of Dolly Parton's song "Jolene".
Twenty-four of the 48 MPs needed to trigger a vote of no confidence in Theresa May have so far come forward.
In this edition of State of the Union we look at the Brexit deal which hangs in the balance and Merkel's legacy in Europe.
A special edition of Raw Politics from Euronews' headquarters in Lyon.