Boris Johnson is urging MPs to back his Brexit deal as he launches a final bid to force through legislation in time for the UK to leave the EU with an agreement on October 31.
SNP’s Westminster leader has questioned how many unsigned letters Boris Johnson has sent since taking over at Downing Street after he added other documents to the Brexit extension request to the EU.
Labour’s deputy leader Tom Watson will seek to draw a line under the “damaging, divisive and unnecessary” failed bid to oust him.
A no-deal Brexit could trigger major hold-ups at channel ports, electricity price increases, shortages of some foods and delays to medicine imports, Government documents reveal.
Boris Johnson is facing furious demands for the immediate recall of MPs to Westminster after the suspension of Parliament was ruled unlawful by Scotland’s highest civil court.
Fresh Labour Party divisions have opened up over Brexit with a call from deputy leader Tom Watson for a second referendum before any general election.
Jeremy Corbyn has said next week is the “last chance” to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Boris Johnson will face a parliamentary battle when MPs return to Westminster next week after opposition leaders agreed to work together to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Boris Johnson has been warned he will face a parliamentary battle as opposition leaders united around a plan to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn is leading talks with cross-party figures in an effort to unite around a plan to block a no-deal Brexit.
Boris Johnson’s Government could be forced to publish the latest assessments of the possible impact of a no-deal Brexit when Parliament returns.
The UK Government must today publish its “final and full” legal advice on Theresa May’s Brexit deal after MPs forced its hand in a humiliating Commons defeat.
Politicians took a step closer to a softer Brexit after a Northern Irish deal dramatically collapsed yesterday lunchtime.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has insisted legislation resulting from the UK's exit from the European Union must work for the whole of the country.