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.
Kosovo MPs voted to dissolve parliament on Thursday, paving the way for a national election after Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj resigned last month.
Debate is hotting up in the UK over whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson should be allowed to suspend parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit as MPs prepare to take the government to court over the issue.
How Britain launched the Brexit process after the 2016 referendum, but has since failed to find the exit door.
A giant balloon depicting US President Donald Trump as a pouting baby was set to fly over the British parliament on Tuesday as he met UK Prime Minister Theresa May for talks at Downing Street.
Hundreds of LGBT rights supporters gathered outside Taiwan's parliament on Tuesday (May 14) demanding for their rights as the parliament votes on three proposed bills
Tensions are running high over a new law that would enable criminal suspects to be extradited to the Chinese mainland.
In a joint statement released on Friday, the UK and Ireland's leaders announced a new round of political talks to revive Northern Ireland's devolved government.
The environmental group Extinction Rebellion greet MPs in front of Parliament on the day they return from Easter recess.
The British prime minister’s own party is in mutinous mood as opposition hardens to her Brexit deal and her position.
A parliamentary session had to be suspended this afternoon after water could be seen dripping from the roof.
MPs fail to gain support for any alternative path to Theresa May's Brexit deal in a second round of indicative votes.
Albanian opposition protesters on Thursday made further attempts to enter the country's parliament by force as they demand the government's resignation and an early election.
"What is happening in parliament now is leading to, frankly, staying in the EU, and that would be a huge betrayal of the 17.4 million people who voted for Brexit. So I think as a tactic, I may well have to vote for this withdrawal agreement," Tory rebel MP Michael Fabricant tells Euronews.
Back to square one?
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.
Thousands of people have marched in Buenos Aires to demand that abortion be made illegal in Argentina.
British Prime minister Theresa May will ask the European Union for a short Brexit delay, a British government source confirmed to Euronews on Wednesday. But first, she's back in the house.
Nigel Farage, a key figure in the UK's campaign to leave the EU joined protesters on Saturday for a 270-mile march over what they say is a Brexit betrayal.
After meeting with her cabinet, the British PM laid out plans for parliament to vote in March on potentially extending Article 50
British lawmakers dealt yet another blow to Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday when they rejected a motion to reiterate their support for her Brexit strategy.
The UK prime minister has tabled a motion for Thursday. Six other amendments aiming to force her hand on Brexit have also been brought forward.