Theresa May unveiled her eagerly anticipated 12-point Brexit plan to diplomats and politicians in central London on Tuesday (17 January).

Among the points the PM touched on was confirmation that Parliament will have a say on the final Brexit deal her government negotiates.

The address at the Foreign Office's Lancaster House comes around two months before she plans to invoke Article 50 – the mechanism to break from Brussels – and trigger talks with the EU.

The prime minister ruled out a "half-in, half-out" split from the economic and political bloc following the UK's vote to leave the EU in a 23 June referendum.