Wondering what just happened in Parliament? Here's how Hilary Benn's bill to delay the Brexit deadline played out in the Commons
It's make or break week for the UK, as the country's parliament sits for the first time after the summer break. Stakes are running high as the date set for Brexit looms close. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is now demanding rebels on his own party support him on Brexit or face a general election.
The prime minister says anti-no deal Conservatives could be kicked out of the party.
New measures will help UK nationals living in the European Union who may struggle to complete the necessary residency applications before Brexit.
An online petition calling to stop the UK parliament being suspended until Brexit has been delayed or cancelled has garnered over 1 million signatures.
UK citizens living in EU worried that UK's immediate cut of free movement will provoke a backlash by member states, citizens campaign group British in Europe told Euronews.
For our Brits in Europe series, Euronews interviewed Nicola James who lives in The Netherlands with her husband who has MS and who has elderly parents in the UK. She's worried that without freedom of movement, she'll have to decide between her parents and her husband.
For our Brits in Europe series, Euronews interviewed Helen Mallburn who lives permanently in France but travels regularly for her work. She said that without freedom of movement, she will lose half of her income.
Dutch Facebook user invites people to watch Brexit unfold from Netherlands beach
Corbyn calls for early recall of Parliament over Brexit
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
The European Commission is willing to discuss Brexit with Britain over the coming weeks, a spokeswoman told a news briefing on Tuesday.
In a letter to party members, he added that Labour would campaign in favour of remain to stop a no-deal Brexit or what he called a “damaging Tory Brexit”.
Frontrunner Boris Johnson stormed ahead in first place with 160 votes out of 313, while Jeremy Hunt took back his lead finishing with 77 votes to Michael Gove's 75.
Boris Johnson extends lead in the race to succeed Theresa May.
Formally the Independent Group, the party of ex-Labour and Conservative MPs announced Anna Soubry had been elected leader.
The Scottish government has published new legislation outlining a second vote for independence. This comes after SNP's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon secured a record number of MEPs in the latest EU election. The new bill does not specify a date for the vote.
British comedy legend John Cleese faced criticism on social media for posting a tweet in which he said London was "not really an English city any more".
The former foreign secretary has been ordered to attend court to face allegations he misled the public in the run up to the 2016 referendum.
The main subject on everyone's lips in the UK is Brexit and that doesn't look set to change in the coming months — where does the man who could be the next prime minister stand on the issue?
May announced her departure date on Friday after angering senior figures in her party with her latest plan to deliver Brexit.
While they lined up to praise her determination and courage, it was clear Brexit was never far from their minds.
The end of a turbulent road. Euronews looks at the twists and turns
EU citizens living in the UK are using #DeniedMyVote to share stories of being unable to vote in the European parliamentary elections, many claim they are being turned away at the polls.
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British PM Theresa May has dangled the carrot of a second referendum if MPs back her Brexit deal next month.