Key events in another rollercoaster month: a deal was struck, but Brexit was delayed once again as the Halloween deadline was missed.
The UK PM told parliament he still wants Brexit to happen on October 31 after MPs dealt a major blow to his plan.
The UK bill to implement the Brexit deal is on hold after lawmakers in parliament rejected the government's planned timetable.
Johnson's deal explained
After its approval by EU leaders, the new Brexit deal faces a formidable hurdle at Westminster in a crucial vote on Saturday.
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.
Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen roared with laughter in the parliament session on October 3.
The Indian Ocean island will hold a general election on November 7.
A large Banksy painting depicting primates sitting in Britain's parliament sold for more than £9.8 million on Thursday.
British government to prorogue parliament — again
Eleven years after the declaration of independence, four major European countries still do not recognise Kosovo as a country, which remains an obstacle to its efforts to integrate into European and world organisations.
A blow-by-blow account of key events that have shaken the UK as it hurtles towards the EU exit door.
He will, however, again need a partner to gain a majority in parliament. His most likely choices are a three-way coalition with the Greens and the liberal, pro-business Neos, or reviving his coalition with the far-right Freedom Party (FPO).
Amid rancorous scenes in parliament, the UK prime minister insisted the best way to heal divisions was to "get Brexit done".
The UK parliament will not break next week.
This is the historic moment a UK judge ruled Boris Johnson's suspension — or proroguing — of parliament was unlawful.
Britain's Supreme Court is due to rule on Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament on Tuesday.
A lawyer for Boris Johnson says prorogation is not a matter for the courts.
As the three-day hearing against Boris Johnson's prorogation of parliament gets underway, we lay out the fundamentals of the court in which this case is being heard.
Opposition politicians have criticised Johnson's decision to hold "people's pmqs" where he answers the public's questions but has ignored a court order nullifying his suspension of parliament
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.
The House of Lords approved legislation to stop a no-deal Brexit after agreeing to push the bill through by the end of day on Friday.
UK PM Boris Johnson's move to prorogue parliament has moral and legal justifications, a constitutional expert has told Euronews.
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The speaker of New Zealand's parliament, Trevor Mallard, fed an MP's newborn baby during a debate and the photos went viral.