Cut through the noise and Boris’ bluster and there’s landing zone for a deal.
Who’s who, what’s at stake, and dates for your diary.
Ruling on Heathrow airport expansion is a setback for the UK’s global trade ambitions.
British government failed to consider climate change commitments in planning for third runway, judges conclude.
EU notes its laws continue to apply until December 31.
Michel Barnier and Boris Johnson set out their negotiating stances ahead of the future relationship talks.
The legislation enables the UK’s exit from the EU on January 31.
The legislative program includes laws covering fisheries, farming, financial services, trade and immigration.
Downing Street dismissed suggestions the move could allow the government to water down EU safeguards.
Jo Swinson and Nicola Sturgeon will not take place in debate on ITV.
Stephen Barclay confirms the EU and the UK are discussing a revised political declaration.
Judges defer ruling on whether they can request Article 50 extension in Boris Johnson’s stead.
Campaigners say they will appeal the decision.
Boris Johnson has insisted the UK can leave with no deal on October 31
UK government could temporarily suspend rule of law and take Britain out of the EU without a deal, says former Liberal Democrat leader.
The mood at the annual Tory conference was buoyant, despite the fierce battles ahead.
Unconfrontational hearing looked more like a coronation than a grilling.
The UK prime minister suggested that a US-style system of political appointment for judges might be necessary.
EU diplomats now see little chance of a Brexit deal by the end of October.
‘Not appropriate’ for court to dig into potential Brexit outcomes on the basis of ‘political rhetoric,’ says judge.
Opposition parties unite to keep parliament sitting during the Conservative Party’s annual meet up.
Prime minister asks Jeremy Corbyn: ‘Does he in his heart even want to be prime minister any more?’
The prime minister’s office didn’t count on Labour not agreeing to an election.
Geoffrey Cox defended his advice that suspending parliament was legal, saying the government acted ‘in good faith.’
Labour leader says he is prepared to face the Tories in a snap election once he’s certain Britain won’t crash out of the EU without a deal.
In his one nod to Brexit, PM likened the process of quitting the EU to Greek mythology.
Huge political embarrassment for Boris Johnson but the top court’s Brexit ruling doesn’t change the UK’s path to leaving the European Union.
‘I know him well, he’s not going anywhere,’ says US president after journalist asks Johnson if he will resign.
The judgment is a severe political blow to Boris Johnson but it doesn’t alter Brexit timeline.
Parliament will sit again from Wednesday at 11.30 am U.K. time