Johnson: We will leave the European Union on 31 October without delay
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UK PM Johnson says chances of a Brexit deal are rising
Johnson: I will not call an election and we will continue our current agenda
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is due to give a statement at 6pm after chairing a cabinet meeting in Downing Street
Former chancellor Philip Hammond has written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson asking him to explain what steps the government has taken to prepare for a 'no-deal' Brexit
Rebel Tories will seek to force Boris Johnson to ask for a 3 month Brexit extension to Jan 31
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service says six people have been treated in hospital for breathing problems following a suspected chemical leak at a laboratory at Addenbrooke's hospital
Emergency Cabinet confirmed for 4.45pm today. No10 source saying it's wrong for MPs to strip control of Parliament from the Govt "without the consent of the people". That is very much General Election talk. Boris preparing to go to the country
UK cabinet reportedly being called to meet today.
Woman arrested at Southend Airport over cabin crew assault
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says a 'no-deal' Brexit "is really a Trump deal Brexit" leading to a one-sided U.S. trade deal that will "put us at the mercy of Donald Trump and the big American corporations"
British Transport Police says detectives have launched a murder investigation after two men were found seriously injured following a stabbing at Elephant and Castle underground station in London last night and two men have been arrested
South Wales Police says it has arrested six teenagers in connection with the death of a 58-year-old man in the early hours of the morning in Neath
A UK warship has faced 115 confrontations with Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps in Gulf since July Commander Will King said IRGC has "heavily" tested HMS Montrose, deploying fast attack craft and drones to "intimidate" his ship
Former UK minister David Gauke writing to attorney general to question govt's attitude to rule of law - Reuters citing BBC
Sky News: Britain is considering the possibility of sending drones to the Gulf on the background of the crisis with Iran
Is making best speed for the Bahamas to standby to provide assistance for Hurricane Dorian. All personnel on board are ready to assist.
Cleveland Police says a 21-year-old man from Middlesbrough has been arrested on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson says he will also be joining Gina Miller's legal action against the suspension of Parliament calling the move "an unprecedented affront to democracy"
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HMS Queen Elizabeth leaves Portsmouth.
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U.S. Air Force B-2 Spirit bombers conducted interoperability training with @RoyalAirForce F-35 fighters yesterday, in the first-ever non-U.S. F-35 integration with the B-2
Opponents of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's bid to suspend Parliament have been denied an interim block at the Court of Session in Edinburgh
Former prime minister Sir John Major says he wants to join the legal action being brought by campaigner Gina Miller over Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has told Sky News that the government has put forward alternatives to the Northern Ireland backstop including ideas on trusted trading schemes
Government Source: Lord Young the Government's whip in the House of Lords has resigned
Iranian Foreign Minister: We will accelerate legal proceedings against the detained British oil tanker
UK petition against suspending parliament passes 1 million signatures
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Remainers are taking Waterloo Bridge
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Protests break out in London as Queen Elizabeth approves a request by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend Parliament, a move that appears designed to thwart opposition lawmakers from blocking Brexit
Commons Speaker John Bercow says "it is blindingly obvious that the purpose of prorogation would be to stop Parliament debating Brexit and performing its duty in shaping a course for the country" calling the Government's plans a "constitutional outrage"