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Did Boris lie to the Queen? The question before Britain's top court

Whatever the Supreme Court decides, the ruling is likely to have a lasting impact on the working of British institutions and their balance of power.

Boris Johnson to meet European Commission President in search of a Brexit deal

The two men are scheduled to hold talks over a lunch of snails and salmon in Luxembourg, amid claims from the UK - though not the EU - that a deal is in sight.


UK employers cut growth forecasts as Brexit, global slowdown weigh

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised to take Britain out of the EU on Oct. 31, without a transition deal if necessary, but parliament has ordered him to delay Brexit if he cannot negotiate a new deal with Brussels next month.

UK's Johnson, likening himself to Incredible Hulk, vows Oct 31 Brexit

"The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets," Johnson was quoted as saying. "Hulk always escaped, no matter how tightly bound in he seemed to be - and that is the case for this country. We will come out on October 31."

Boris Johnson set to defy ban on no-deal Brexit and fight on in court

According to a senior official in the U.K. government, Johnson has resolved on a hard-line plan as he prepares for his first face-to-face negotiations with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Monday.

Boris Johnson denies lying to Queen as Brexit legal challenges mount

Johnson repeated that the five-week suspension was needed to work on the government’s domestic agenda, though the court ruled that his purpose was to “stymie” Parliament.


As Boris Johnson pursues Brexit, all eyes are on Northern Ireland

As Johnson seeks to hammer out a new deal with Europe on Britain’s departure, he is weighing a proposal that would put parts of the Northern Ireland economy into an “all-Ireland” zone, presumably subjecting them to EU rules and standards and thereby preserving the north’s open border with the south.

Indians to benefit as UK announces new two-year post-study work visa

However, unlike the route which closed in 2012, this new route will also include safeguards to ensure only genuine, credible students are eligible.

Brexit in chaos after Scottish court rules PM's suspension of parliament was unlawful

"We are calling for parliament to be recalled immediately," Scottish National Party lawmaker Joanna Cherry told Sky News after the verdict by Scotland's Inner Court of Session.

Brexit: France losing patience with UK uncertainty

France is losing patience with the United Kingdom in matters Brexit, and has threatened to veto any further delay. For Paris, the responsibility to avoid a no-deal outcome is up to the UK.

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Boris Johnson's journey from journalist to UK PM

Johnson is admired by many Conservatives for his ability to connect with voters, but others mistrust him for his long record of misleading and false statements, verbal blunders and erratic performance.