Parliament has ruled that they get to see the whole legal advice on Brexit, not just the summary. Why is this a big deal? Because the government has been fighting tooth and nail to stop that happening, so there must be something juicy there!
And in another news item, an EU legal bigwig has said that if we want, we can change our minds about Brexit, which certainly wasn't clear before.
So when parliament votes next week against the May plan (and it looks like it will) what then?
May plan B? Unlikely.
Crash out? I doubt if there's a majority for that either.
So how now, can the government kick the can down the road?
Sharpen your pencil - I feel another referendum coming on.