The father of a sick child confronted British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he visited an east London hospital on Wednesday.
There is much talk about the importance of free movement of people and goods between Brexit Britain and the EU. More important than either of these, however, is the free movement of data.
As the three-day hearing against Boris Johnson's prorogation of parliament gets underway, we lay out the fundamentals of the court in which this case is being heard.
Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
In only a very short stint in Number 10, Boris Johnson has managed to wreak several shades of havoc – even a constitutional crisis – yet his persona seems to deflect and defuse animosity. How?
On Wednesday, the European Parliament will debate and vote on a resolution on Brexit and the possibility for another extension to avoid a No Deal Scenario.
In her first major speech since she was elected leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson vowed to cancel Brexit, attacking both Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for their policies.
Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament was motivated by preventing MPs from damaging government policy, it's been claimed.
Walking in step but moving in opposite directions. Such was the cacaphony of protest that Boris Johnson's team decided against holding a joint news conference after talks with the Luxembourg prime minister.
The Prime Minister said in an interview with the Daily Mail that the U.K. would exit the European Union like the Hulk: "The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets."
The new leader of the party wants to win a majority and become prime minister.
'This is a nightmare!' So said Luxembourg's PM Xavier Bettel during an impassioned address in Luxembourg on Monday afternoon.
The former Conservative minister defected to the Lib Dems after voting against Boris Johnson in favour of a bill designed to prevent a no-deal Brexit.
The former prime minister also said that Britain may need a second referendum.
Boris Johnson was told to reopen parliament by a heckler spoke at the Convention of the North in Rotherham
Boris Johnson to hold Brexit talks with EU's Jean-Claude Juncker on Monday
John Bercow says he will stop Boris Johnson from breaking the law on Brexit
The UK prime minister says it is not "not true" that he mislead the Queen over intentions to suspend parliament so it could not scruntise his Brexit plans
The case has been referred to the UK Supreme Court, where it will be heard next week.
Opposition politicians have criticised Johnson's decision to hold "people's pmqs" where he answers the public's questions but has ignored a court order nullifying his suspension of parliament
The UK government has released its 'Operation Yellowhammer' which details 'significant disruption' at the borders which could lead to medicine and fuel shortages
Three judges at the supreme civil court in Scotland have ruled on Tuesday that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament is unlawful.
Spoiler alert: It didn't end well for the guy who prorogued parliament 400 years ago.
Former Irish prime minister Bertie Ahern tells Euronews about his fears of a No Deal Brexit. We look at why avoiding a hard border is key for the island of Ireland.
Parliament is now suspended until October 14 — what does this mean for Brexit?
The Labour leader pledged to protect workers and tenants against landlords and bosses.