UK Parliament votes to postpone decision on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, foils govt's plan to leave EU by October end
In a major blow to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, UK lawmakers voted on Saturday to postpone a decision on whether to back his Brexit deal with the European Union.
EU leaders endorse new Brexit deal, urge UK MPs to back it as Boris Johnson struggles to pass it through British Parliament
European Union leaders endorsed a hard-fought Brexit deal with Britain on Thursday, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces an uphill battle getting it through the British parliament
Boris Johnson says Brexit agreement struck between UK and EU, urges lawmakers to ratify 'great new deal'
Boris Johnson tweeted that the two sides had struck a 'great new deal' and urged UK lawmakers to ratify it in a special session on Saturday
Britain, EU claim 'lot of work' to be done to secure agreement on new divorce deal as Brexit talks to continue today
Britain and the European Union said on Sunday a lot more work would be needed to secure an agreement on Britain’s departure form the bloc
A flurry of activity has brought the fraught bargaining process to a new level as Britain’s scheduled departure date of 31 October grows ever closer
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
'Willing to compromise' on Brexit border issue, says Irish PM Leo Varadkar as Dublin looks for alternative proposals
Irish PM Leo Varadkar said he was willing to listen to alternative proposals from next British PM on keeping Northern Ireland’s border open after Brexit. Both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, have said they oppose Ireland’s proposal for a 'backstop' clause in Britain’s withdrawal. 'I’ll have a chance to see if they have any meaningful or workable suggestions', Varadkar told.
Boxed in on Brexit: Looming deadline, deadlocked Parliament, amending Northern Ireland's 'backstop'; challenges for new British PM
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, the two candidates to be Britain's new prime minister, have both promised to deliver Brexit where Theresa May failed
Brexit in dates: From 'Leave' shock in 2016 to rejection of no-deal departure, key events of UK's journey out of EU
From the shock Brexit referendum result to this week's crunch votes in parliament, the milestones on the UK's rocky road out of the European Union after 46 years are a journey in themselves.
Brexit deal crushed in British Parliament: Explaining the border 'backstop' that halted Theresa May's plan to divorce EU
Much of the stated opposition to Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal with the European Union centered on the "backstop."
Boris Johnson hits out at Theresa May over her Brexit plan, says it will leave Britain 'tethered to EU'
Boris Johnson launched a fierce broadside at the prime minister to kick off Parliament's return to business after its summer break.
Britain SC will decide if Northern Ireland's abortion law infringes European human rights legislation
Britain's Supreme Court will on Thursday rule whether Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws infringe European human rights legislation, potentially testing the strength of prime minister Theresa May's minority government.
Britain prime minister Theresa May struck a deal with Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on Monday to prop up her minority government.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives struck a deal with an ultra-conservative party that will allow them to govern in exchange for an extra £1 billion in funds for Northern Ireland
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
Northern Irish DUP leader Arlene Foster said she was "delighted" that a deal had been struck, while May said the Conservatives and the DUP "share many values".
Britain's Opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has edged past embattled PM Theresa May in popularity ratings for the UK's top job for the first time.