Brussels expects the UK to nominate a candidate on Monday.
It is the most important UK election for a generation — here’s POLITICO’s essential guide to the campaign.
Watson frequently clashed with Jeremy Corbyn.
The Tory leader said his first priority was to get Brexit done by January.
Boris Johnson refusing to release report until after December 12 election.
Party leader Jo Swinson says they can form a majority after the election and stop Brexit.
In an unpredictable election, there are very few safe seats.
‘We can’t make a trade deal with the UK,’ under the Brexit deal, the US president said.
Jeremy Corbyn says he is ‘determined to bring a divided country together.’
Leaders of both main parties focus on health care during House of Commons clash.
‘Our condition of taking no deal off the table has now been met,’ says Jeremy Corbyn.
The Liberal Democrats and SNP have said they will still back a December election — but on their own terms.
Polling suggests the UK prime minister might be wise to get his Brexit deal through before a vote.
However, European Council President Donald Tusk says he will recommend EU leaders approve a delay.
UK can leave sooner if parliament ratifies the Brexit deal, Irish PM says.
The British prime minister may get a Brexit vote Tuesday but more parliamentary hurdles stand in his way.
MPs will now vote Tuesday on legislation turning the Brexit deal into UK law.
Stephen Barclay corrected answers to a parliamentary committee about paperwork needed by Northern Ireland businesses after Brexit.
MPs to Johnson: ‘Ask for an extension, then we’ll consider your Brexit deal.’
Without Democratic Unionist Party votes, it is hard to see how Boris Johnson’s deal can pass the House of Commons.
Irish prime minister says a deal is closer but there are ‘a few hurdles’ still to clear.
‘The only legitimate way to sort Brexit now is to let the people decide with a final say,’ said Jeremy Corbyn.
Speech sets out what Boris Johnson wants his government to do.
‘The time is practically up, but even the slightest chance must be used,’ says European Council president.
‘Brexit is something that is long term, it creates specific, serious problems, first and foremost in Ireland.’