The Government has “paused” its advertising campaign in preparing the public for Brexit on October 31 after Boris Johnson accepted a delay from the EU.
Boris Johnson has threatened to pull his Brexit deal and call for an early general election if MPs do not vote for his plans as he kicked off a Commons showdown.
Boris Johnson has told MPs to back his Brexit deal to avoid a no-deal departure and “move our country on” as he kicked-off a Commons showdown.
Donald Tusk has reassured MPs that a Brexit extension is still on the table as they prepare for a Commons showdown on Boris Johnson’s new deal.
Boris Johnson has said that the Brexit deal he struck with Brussels “busts” the UK out of the Northern Ireland backstop agreed by his predecessor Theresa May as he appeals for cross-party support for the agreement.
Emmanuel Macron turned up the pressure on MPs to back Boris Johnson’s new Brexit deal by raising doubts that any further delay will be granted.
An appeal is to be launched against a dismissal of legal action aimed at forcing the Prime Minister to send a letter requesting a Brexit extension.
Legal action aimed at forcing the Prime Minister to send a letter requesting a Brexit extension has been dismissed, a court has ruled.
A decision is expected to be made on whether the Prime Minister can be forced by the courts to send a letter requesting an Article 50 extension.
Boris Johnson insisted that he will not delay Brexit, despite his lawyers saying he will comply with a law calling for the October 31 exit date to be postponed if there is no deal.