The EU is 'unconvinced' by Britain's new Brexit proposals but has not immediately dismissed them, with officials and diplomats saying Thursday there were positive points alongside the many problematic ones
UK Brexit secretary Steve Barclay said all sides had to start real talks on Johnson's outline by the weekend to have any chance to get a deal in time
Boris Johnson expected to unveil new Brexit plan at Conservative party conference in Machester today
Boris Johnson will unveil his plan for a new Brexit deal at his Conservative party conference Wednesday, warning the EU it is that or Britain leaves with no agreement this month
‘I’m going to get on and do it’: Boris Johnson insists that only Conservative govt can deliver Brexit on 31 Oct
Johnson and his ministers again declined to explain how he plans to circumvent that law and deliver on his Brexit promise
Suspected car bomb explodes in Northern Ireland, no injuries reported; political leaders condemn 'act of terror'
A suspected car bomb exploded in the Northern Irish city of Londonderry, police said, with leading politicians alleging the blast was terror-related. The police tweeted a photograph of the scene outside a courthouse as it warned that evacuations were taking place due to a second suspect vehicle.
British government warned that if parties in Northern Ireland did not strike a deal soon, the region would fall under the direct rule of London.
Britain prime minister Theresa May struck a deal with Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on Monday to prop up her minority government.
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, which struck a deal with the Conservatives aimed at keeping Theresa May in power, has caused alarm in some circles over its incendiary views and virulent past
Theresa May signs deal with DUP: Arlene Foster, war-hardened Northern Ireland leader, is set to 'confound critics'
Dismissing widespread concerns since the election over her party's opposition to gay marriage and abortion, Foster has said the DUP will confound its critics.
May took the blame for the Conservatives' disastrous performance at last week's elections, as she faced her party's angry MPs on Monday.
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists were in talks to become kingmakers by lending Theresa May enough backing for a parliamentary majority
Theresa May is looking to Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, which won 10 seats in Thursday's voting, to form a coalition government
British Prime Minister Theresa May is looking to Northern Ireland for support in forming a new government now that her Conservative Party has lost its majority status in Parliament.
Theresa May was holding talks with Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.