The UK has taken a major step towards a snap general election - but will Boris Johnson's Conservatives get the majority they need to push through Brexit?
The Brexit saga, of which this week’s events are only the latest chapter, is at heart a story about the U.K.’s failure to understand its place in the modern world.
British MPs on Monday rejected holding an early election, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson failed to gain the two-thirds majority backing in parliament he required.
The European Commission (EC) said on Saturday that it "takes note" of the amendment approved in the British Parliament that calls on the government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson to request an extension to leave the European Union (EU) and added that it is up to London to report on the next steps.
MPs have voted for an amendment to Boris Johnson's Brexit deal which forces him to delay Brexit until legislation ratifying it has been passed.
The Final Say march took place as politicians met for an extraordinary "super Saturday" debate
Here's a summary of what happened on Brexit at today's EU summit in under 150 words
As German Chancellor Angela Merkel put it: "We're at the sprint finish."
If there is a single lesson to take away from the referendum result, it’s that large swathes of the country have been ignored, and that the opportunities available to them aren’t up to scratch.
An unnamed patient spent several weeks in a psychiatric ward after experiencing symptoms of a psychotic disorder triggered by the Brexit referendum.
A verdict over whether the UK government decision to prorogue — or suspend — parliament for five weeks was lawful is expected early next week.
The father of a sick child confronted British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he visited an east London hospital on Wednesday.
'This is a nightmare!' So said Luxembourg's PM Xavier Bettel during an impassioned address in Luxembourg on Monday afternoon.
Parliament is now suspended until October 14 — what does this mean for Brexit?
Dominic Cummings has made his presence felt in Westminster since he was appointed as a senior adviser to Prime Minister Boris Johnson in July and its not just lawmakers that have noticed.
Johnson said he was "torn between family loyalty and the national interest."
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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