Yesterday’s defeat in the House of Commons does not appear to have diminished Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s determination to get his new Brexit deal over the line.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sent an unsigned letter to the European Union requesting a delay to the UK’s exit from the bloc.
As the House of Commons prepares to meet on a Saturday for the first time in 37 years, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) is about to fall out with the Tories over Brexit.
The Brexit accord, struck between the UK premiere and EU officials, has drawn widely mixed reactions, with many saying Boris Johnson succumbed to pressure and granted Brussels the greatest and most humiliating concessions.
EU leaders were all smiles despite their order of business being to partially break their 28-nation alliance as smoothly as possible. They have given the green light to a new Brexit withdrawal agreement negotiated under British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Britain and the European Union (EU) have agreed on a long-awaited Brexit deal just a few hours before a meeting of the bloc’s leaders in Brussels.
Climate change activists targeted London’s financial district on Monday blocking Bank junction, vowing a day of disruption for major institutions which they said were financing an environmental catastrophe.
The Scottish National Party kicked off its annual conference in Aberdeen today amid a febrile atmosphere of tension and expectation.
As Brexit talks approach their endpoint there are strong signs of a potential breakthrough, as demonstrated by the softening position of leading Brexiteers.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will speak to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker by the end of Monday to urge the leaders to support his Brexit deal, according to the Sunday Times.