In brief: the bill seeking to put into law Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal was passed by MPs on its second reading, the initial opportunity that MPs have to vote on a bill. It passed by 329 votes to 299, first
Boris Johnson’s plan to fast-track his Brexit deal through parliament in time for next week’s 31 October deadline was blocked by MPs on Tuesday night, even after he threatened to pull it and press for
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday it was up to the EU to decide whether it wanted to delay Brexit and for how long, after a defeat in parliament made ratification
Less than 48 hours after his big day was spoiled by girly swots, PM tries again One common definition of insanity is repeating the same mistake and expecting a different result. While Boris Johnson has
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union governments on Tuesday widened the EU ban on pesticides linked to harming bees after deciding not to renew their approval for Bayer's insecticide known as thiacloprid.
European Council President Donald Tusk said he would recommend that European leaders accept the United Kindom's request for a Brexit extension after a crucial vote in the UK Parliament made it unlikely
The British government’s assessment of its Brexit bill mentions “cost” three times more than “benefit”
The British government appears to be taking that old canard about forecasting to heart when it comes to Brexit, as it rushes to get legislation on the UK’s exit from the EU passed by the end of the month.
London (CNN) — We're in the Brexit endgame -- or so Boris Johnson hopes. By Thursday evening, the British Prime Minister intends to have done the seemingly impossible and passed a Brexit deal. But whether
The European Parliament will veto the new Brexit deal unless it gets assurances that EU citizens will not face deportation from Britain in a new Windrush scandal, Guy Verhofstadt warned on Tuesday. The
Boris Johnson could see his Brexit legislation amended to require him to negotiate a customs union with the EU, after at least five pro-deal MPs said they would support this option. The MPs – two former
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union should become the leading market for deployment of 5G mobile networks and its developments because it is key for enhancing the bloc's competitiveness, according