As British political parties start campaigning for a general election that has yet to be agreed upon, a new poll has found that it would be in the opposition's interest to delay the vote until after the October 31 Brexit deadline.
UK lawmakers and expelled Tory MP's have said they will go to court if Boris Johnson does not abide by legislation that would extend the Brexit delay if no deal is signed.
Boris Johnson, taking his first session of questions from MPs amid Brexit chaos today, swore as he took aim at the opposition’s economic policy.
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.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May thanked Sir Kim Darroch for his "lifetime service" to the UK on Wednesday after the Foreign Office announced he had resigned as ambassador to the US following a diplomatic cables leak.
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”.