Boris Johnson is to visit Berlin and Paris this week on his first foreign trips as the UK's new prime minister.
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The European Union is being "a bit negative" concerning reaching a Brexit deal but it can be done, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday evening.
The Brief: Britain's opposition Labour Party want to block a no-deal Brexit. Leader Jeremy Corbyn says the ultimate decision on Brexit should go back to the public in a second vote.
Uncertainty over Stormont and Brexit is hampering the fight against terrorism in Northern Ireland, a police chief said after a bomb in Fermanagh.
The document about preparations codenamed Operation Yellowhammer warns of a possible three month “meltdown” at Britain’s ports.
Hundreds of ex-soldiers took part in a parade to mark 50 years since British troops were deployed to Northern Ireland.
With the clock ticking down to a no-deal Brexit, opposition parties have been launching rival plans to avoid a cliff-edge departure.
The MP for Totnes in Devon left the Conservatives to join Change UK in February but left that party after the disaster result in the European elections and has now joined the Liberal Democrats bringing their firmly anti-Brexit block in parliament up to 14 MPs
In a letter, Corbyn said a "temporary government" led by him would delay Britain's departure from the EU and trigger a general election.
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It's 50 years since a three-decade-long sectarian conflict was sparked in Northern Ireland, which killed around 3,600 people.
"We feel vulnerable and insecure. What if the Home Office changes the rules again?," Esra Candan Saginc, a Turkish national established in the UK, told Euronews.
Debate is hotting up in the UK over whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson should be allowed to suspend parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit as MPs prepare to take the government to court over the issue.
Brits spent €4bn stockpiling goods in case of a no-deal Brexit. A survey released this Monday reveals that 800,000 people have already spend more than €1,000 preparing for potential food shortages.
There is no time for MPs opposing to a no-deal Brexit to legislate against it or to hold elections or a second referendum that would derail such an event, according to the Institute for Government.
"If it comes to a hard Brexit, that is in no one's interest, but the British would be the big losers," Juncker told an Austrian newspaper.
Britain's foreign minister Dominic Raab put pressure on Brussels to change terms of UK's withdrawal agreement to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
Britain’s train companies will remain part of the Interrail and Eurail travel schemes, the Rail Delivery Group has said
Leo Varadkar said a no-deal Brexit is increasingly likely — but a referendum on Northern Ireland’s constitutional future would be “divisive.”
Speculation is swirling over whether the UK's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson will pull off a shock by calling an early general election.
The European Commission is willing to discuss Brexit with Britain over the coming weeks, a spokeswoman told a news briefing on Tuesday.
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Scottish voters would back independence from the UK by a small majority, a new poll suggests, in the first poll lead for independence for two years.
"My very first act as your MP when I arrive in Westminster will be to find Mr Boris Johnson, wherever he’s hiding, and tell him loud and clear: stop playing with the futures of our communities and rule out a no-deal Brexit," newly-elected Jane Dodds said.
Scottish authorities have called on the British government to secure mutual recognition of geographically protected produce with the EU even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.