Tag: Boris Johnson

UK PM to request Brexit delay if no new deal with...

The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that if he is unable to agree a new deal with the European Union...

Johnson’s ‘final Brexit offer’ set for a thumbs-down from Brussels

Britain's latest British proposal on Brexit, as reported by media, is "fundamentally flawed" and "won't fly", EU diplomats and officials said on...

EU’s Barnier casts doubt over breakthrough on Irish ‘backstop’

The European Union's Brexit negotiator on Monday cast doubt over whether Britain and the bloc could achieve a breakthrough over Prime Minister...

British Parliament suspended for five weeks

The British Parliament has officially been suspended for five weeks, with MPs not due back until 14th October.A scuffle erupted around the speaker's chair...

Johnson’s bid to trigger election falls short of the required two...

Boris Johnson lost his second attempt to call an early general election in his sixth  Commons defeat since becoming prime minister.MPs voted by 293...

Johnson to accuse Labour leader of cowardice; PM’s brother resigns

According to sources speaking to the BBC, the UK Prime Minister is expected to accuse the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn of, ‘a cowardly insult...

Update 4: 2 3rds of MPs reject snap election bid

Brexit Delay bill passes on 3rd reading

Most Britons feel government is handling Brexit badly – YouGov

According to data gathered by YouGov this week, 70% of Britons feel that government is handling Brexit badly and 21% feel it is handling...

Updated: UK PM loses majority; protesters rally outside Parliament

Protesters have rallied in front of the British Parliament as lawmakers debate a crucial bill that could pave the way for no-deal Brexit to...

‘They are hiding behind a procedure to avoid discussing No-Deal’s impact’

There are less than two months until the UK is set to leave the EU and the UK government has been granted the right to close Parliament for 5 weeks. The move comes at a critical point where the prospect of a No-Deal Brexit becomes more likely. For Simon Thomson, Head of Regional and International Media for the People’s Vote, that’s a sign of the government using Parliamentary procedure to avoid discussing how No-Deal will impact communities up and down the United Kingdom.