Boris Johnson to make fresh attempt to force early election after EU agrees to postpone Brexit until 31 January
Boris Johnson had previously said he would rather be 'dead in a ditch' than extend the tortuous Brexit process started by the 2016 EU referendum
EU agrees to Brexit extension till 31 January; European Council chief Donald Tusk says decision expected to be formalised soon
The term flextension means that the UK will be able to leave earlier if the Brexit deal secured by prime minister Boris Johnson is ratified before 31 January
UK House Speaker John Bercow denies Boris Johnson second vote on Brexit deal, says it would be 'repetitive and disorderly'
Boris Johnson's plan to lead Britain out of the European Union at the end of this month hit another roadblock Monday when the speaker of the House of Commons rejected his attempt to hold a new vote.
EU fed up of Brexit, but likely to grant extension after call between Boris Johnson, European Council president Donald Tusk
Once Britain sends a letter to seek an extension for the divorce, there is very little chance that the other 27 member states would refuse
Boris Johnson reiterates call for ‘flexibility’ in Brexit talks; ‘No breakthrough, no breakdown’, says EU Council President Donald Tusk
The British prime minister underlined to Tusk that his preference is for an exit agreement, a Downing Street spokesperson said
Chanting 'Bolsonaro leave, Amazon stay', protesters demanded the government do more to protect the forest.
EU leaders castigate Donald Trump over trade threats ahead of G7 Summit; meet to take place amid worries on global economy
Trump had warned earlier he that would impose punishing tariffs on French wine if France does not withdraw a new digital tax that will hit US tech giants.
Boris Johnson, EU council president Donald Tusk spar over Brexit at G7 Summit, term each other 'Mr No Deal'
Johnson says that while he wants a deal Britain is ready to leave without one, a position that infuriates Tusk
Amazon forest fires: Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research says 1663 new blazes between Thursday, Friday
Some 1,663 new fires were ignited between Thursday and Friday, according to the INPE
Boris Johnson writes to EU president Donald Tusk, reaffirms desire to conclude Brexit deal without backstop on Ireland
The 'backstop' would keep UK in EU customs arrangements to prevent hard border between British province of Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland
Senior EU chiefs on Tuesday warned Britain that the bloc's new leadership would not change course and offer concessions on the Brexit deal struck with London
Brexit: With deadline looming, Theresa May to meet Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron to prevent 'no-deal' exit, press for delay
Still struggling to get her EU divorce deal through parliament,Theresa May is hoping European leaders will agree on Wednesday to delay Brexit for a second time to stop Britain crashing out of the bloc two days later.
Brussels extends Brexit deadline to 12 April as Theresa May fails to convince EU of orderly exit if MPs shoot down deal
Tightlipped and evasive, Theresa May parried questions until EU chiefs asked her to leave Thursday's Brexit summit meeting and embarked on a negotiation among themselves to draw up a new Brexit timetable.
Anger as Theresa May asks for more time to amend Brexit deal; British MPs call to delay move to avoid damaging "no deal" exit
British prime minister Theresa May on Sunday called for still more time to renegotiate her Brexit deal, and drew outrage by suggesting that the parliament may not be able to vote on the deal until just 17 days before Britain leaves the EU.
Theresa May's spokesman stressed that she wasn't coming to Brussels to ask for more time and remained determined to deliver a Brexit deal before the 29 March deadline.
The British prime minister is due in Brussels on Thursday to discuss ways to ensure Britain's orderly withdrawal from the EU and avoid what Tusk warned would be a "fiasco."
UK Parliament backs proposal to rework Irish border guarantee in Brexit deal; EU says treaty not up for re-negotiation
Two weeks after overwhelmingly rejecting May’s Brexit deal, parliament backed a proposal intended to send her back to Brussels with a stronger mandate to seek changes that were more likely to win their support. However, Brussels has repeatedly said it does not want to reopen a treaty signed off by the other 27 EU leaders.
Brexit deal's defeat sparks chaos: Germany calls it 'bitter day' for Europe, Ireland fears Britain's hard exit; how EU reacted to vote
Here are some of the key reactions to the vote on Brexit plan in Britain, which saw MPs vote by a massive 432 to 202 votes against the agreement
G20 Summit in Buenos Aires: In night-long talks, possible "breakthrough" on fixing global trading system
All-night talks at the Group of 20 (G-20) summit resulted in a possible "breakthrough" on fixing the global trading system, European diplomats said Saturday.
European Union approves landmark Brexit divorce pact; Theresa May says it will 'mark new chapter' for UK
Theresa May now faces the final hurdle of getting the Brexit deal approved by the UK Parliament where many MPs from her own party remain vehemently opposed to it.