The prime minister wants the UK to go to the polls on December 12, if the EU agrees a Brexit delay until January.
A Labour MP suggests the UK PM may have misled parliament for saying there will be no checks between Northern Ireland and Britain, under his Brexit deal.
Deals, debate and delay: what's happened with Brexit in the last week?
French Deputy Minister for European Affairs Amelie de Montchalin said Paris was ready to grant a "technical" extension for "a few days" so the UK parliament could complete the ratification process but would oppose a broader extension intended to "rediscuss the agreement."
The UK bill to implement the Brexit deal is on hold after lawmakers in parliament rejected the government's planned timetable.
The British parliament published on Monday the government's Withdrawal Agreement bill (WAB).
Habemus deal: everything you need to know about the deal that Boris Johson struck with the European Union
The race is on once again to try to secure a revised exit deal, with the EU and UK engaged in intensified talks ahead of an EU summit.
Analysis: These are distressing times for those of us who were children when "the Troubles" began, who lived through its daily carnage.
EU leaders are reserving full judgement on the UK prime minister’s plan, but critics say it crosses several red lines.
A blow-by-blow account of key events that have shaken the UK as it hurtles towards the EU exit door.
Although under fire from all sides over Brexit, Britain's ruling Conservatives under Prime Minister Boris Johnson still lead in the opinion polls.
It was a complicated week in parliament that saw Boris Johnson lose several key votes as Parliament came back from summer break.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to go on the attack after two crushing defeats in parliament and the shock resignation of his brother.
Recess is over. Parliament is back, and it's probably going to be fascinating.
MPs opposed to no deal need to take control of Order Paper - SO24 is one way they can do it.
The PMs decision to call for a Queen's speech reduces the time his opponents have to stop no-deal.
It's 50 years since a three-decade-long sectarian conflict was sparked in Northern Ireland, which killed around 3,600 people.
The Irish backstop is a sort of insurance policy to keep the Irish border open post-Brexit.
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 new prime minister says the disputed border guarantee which is a key part of the withdrawal deal threatens the UK's independence and self-respect.
How Britain launched the Brexit process after the 2016 referendum, but has since failed to find the exit door.
The UK and the EU have agreed to delay Brexit until October 31 – avoiding an imminent disorderly no-deal, but arguably kicking the can further down the road.
If you think Brexit was the beginning of friction between Britain and the EU, you'd be wrong. Here are the key dates in their rocky relationship from the UK joining on 1 Jan 1973.
How will the rules change if the UK leaves the EU without a divorce deal?
Starting on Monday, EU citizens living in the UK can apply for settled status to be able to stay in the country post-Brexit. What is it and how does it work?