While Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants an election to "get Brexit done", his opponents see it as a chance to keep Britain in the EU -- but it will require tactical voting
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally has the election he has been pushing for but it is a gamble, with experts warning of one of the most unpredictable polls in years
EU member states have agreed to grant Britain a three-month delay on its departure from the European Union called "flextension", with the possibility of exiting earlier than January 31 if the withdrawal agreement is ratified.
The UK Supreme Court's ruling that Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament was unlawful is a humiliating blow for the PM and has implications for Britain's constitutional order
The Brexit law that has received royal assent from the Queen is at the centre of a constitutional stand-off with enormous implications for Britain
Great Britain was supposed to exit the European Union on the 29th of March, 2019 but as the government still fails to agree on a Brexit deal, the date was postponed to the 12th of April.
In defiance of the British government's wishes, MPs will on Wednesday pick up pen and paper to state their preferences on possible alternatives to Theresa May's Brexit plan