The UK bill to implement the Brexit deal is on hold after lawmakers in parliament rejected the government's planned timetable.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces two pivotal Brexit votes in the British parliament on Tuesday. Join us for live coverage.
The ministers were leaving after an extraordinary sitting of parliament in which lawmakers were supposed to frame the approval of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's EU divorce deal. But lawmakers passed an amendment that removes any chance of a no-deal Brexit by deferring a decision on the agreement.
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.
After its approval by EU leaders, the new Brexit deal faces a formidable hurdle at Westminster in a crucial vote on Saturday.
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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.
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is likely to be left in a "weird sort of limbo" after key votes in the UK parliament tonight, an expert has told Euronews.
Cabinet minister Jacob Rees-Mogg faced a whirl of criticism and mocking memes after reclining during a key Brexit debate.
Thousands descended on London to protest just days after UK PM Boris Johnson announced he was closing parliament. Here are some of the best placards on display in the British capital.
The UK's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson painted an idyllic picture of his "green, clean, prosperous, confident and ambitious" vision of the UK's post-Brexit future, saying it would be "the greatest place on Earth".
A study conducted by the British Medical Journal has found that more than three-quarters of MPs in the UK face challenges with their mental health.
Jeremy Corbyn challenged the prime minister about the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia, which is engaged in the war in Yemen.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal bill will not be published until the week beginning June 3, the government announced.
The United Kingdom may have had an extension granted on leaving the European Union, but behind the scenes preparations continue in Britain and Brussels
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A parliamentary session had to be suspended this afternoon after water could be seen dripping from the roof.
A group of semi-naked climate change protesters created a stir in Britain's parliament on Monday (April 1), pressing themselves up against the glass screen of a public gallery overlooking the chamber while MPs attempted to debate Brexit
Eleven protesters from the climate change group Extinction Rebellion stripped off in the House of Commons as MPs prepared for a second round of indicative votes on Monday.
The Independent Group, a collective of rebel MPs from across the UK's political sphere, has applied to become an official party
UK parliamentarians have voted to take control of the agenda on Wednesday to try to find a majority for any particular Brexit option.
Theresa May says she is not ready to hold a third meaningful vote on Brexit after crisis talks with her party and the DUP failed to reach an agreement.
British MPs are to vote on alternative options to the negotiated UK-EU deal, as parliament and Theresa May’s government wrestle for control over Brexit.
Speaker of the House of Commons said on Monday that there would not be a third Brexit vote unless there is "demonstrable change" to May's Brexit deal.