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Arch-Brexiteer supports Johnson's bid to secure 'compromise' deal
As Brexit talks approach their endpoint there are strong signs of a potential breakthrough, as demonstrated by the softening position of leading Brexiteers.
Security Minister: Unregistered EU citizens may be deported after Brexit
The UK Government has reneged on a promise to EU citizens, as a minister threatens EU citizens with deportation if they do not apply for settled status after Brexit.
How fit is the Parliament in handling the current Brexit drama?
The UK Parliament was suspended again by the Queen on Tuesday, but this Wednesday the Government has announced plans to hold an emergency session of Parliament on October 19 to decide the fate of Brexit.
EU accuses Boris Johnson of wrecking chances for a Brexit deal
As the Brexit drama continues its twists and turns, it is looking increasingly unlikely that a new deal can be agreed before Britain’s scheduled departure from the European Union (EU) on October 31.
Britain's Brexit talks with EU appear on verge of collapse
Brexit talks between Britain and the European Union appeared to be on the verge of collapse on Tuesday, with Brussels accusing London of intransigence and threatening the bloc's future.
Brexit ball now in EU’s court: Johnson
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the European Union on Monday that the Brexit ball was in its court, and that the bloc should now urgently discuss in detail his proposal for breaking the deadlock in talks ahead of Britain’s departure on October 31.
PM makes final dash for Brexit as zero hour approaches
With the clock ticking on Britain’s scheduled departure from the European Union (EU), Prime Minister Boris Johnson continues to maintain that a deal may still be struck.
EU presses UK to resubmit Brexit plan as end-game looms
With the resumption of crunch Brexit talks on Monday looming large, European leaders piled pressure on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to revise his offer, and to do so quickly.
Main points of Johnson’s Brexit game of hide-and-seek
UK PM Boris Johnson’s Brexit game of hide-and-seek with the public has been called out by the EU and Ireland. Read the main points of his limited-release ‘final deal’ and the reactionary outcry.
EU rejects UK bid for weekend talks as Johnson pushes for no Brexit delay
The European Union has rejected a British request to hold Brexit talks this weekend, British media reported, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson reiterated his commitment to leaving the bloc on October 31 despite the possibility of failure to reach a timely exit deal.
Scotland Court: Johnson to seek Brexit delay if no-deal looms
UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, will seek an extension from the EU if he fails to secure a Brexit deal by October 19, court documents reveal.
UK slipping into recession as service sector shrinks unexpectedly
The British economy may have slipped into recession after the dominant services sector took an unexpectedly sharp downturn last month, as firms brace for the risk of a disruptive Brexit, according to a new survey.
Johnson makes final Brexit offer, draws cool EU reaction
Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a final Brexit offer to the European Union on Wednesday and said that unless the bloc compromised, Britain would leave without a deal at the end of this month.
UK says will table Brexit plan 'shortly'
Britain will give the EU new proposals for a Brexit deal "shortly", Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday, but rejected reports it would see customs posts along the Irish border.
Scorned Paul Davies reaches out to PM ahead of conference
The leader of the Welsh Conservative Party, Paul Davies, has raised eyebrows by strongly rallying behind Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, on the issue of Brexit.

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