In the House of Commons, @BorisJohnson has just said the words: "The best way to honour Jo Cox's memory is to get Brexit done."
Downing Street says if opposition MPs do not table a no-confidence motion in the Government tonight then it will assume Parliament is behind the Prime Minister's Brexit plan and Boris Johnson does not rule out a second prorogation in order to achieve it
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he thinks the Supreme Court was "wrong to pronounce on what is essentially a political question"
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will use his statement in the House of Commons to invite opposition parties to call for a vote of no-confidence in his Government
UK Foreign Secretary @DominicRaab: "On 14 September, 18 drones & 7 cruise missiles hit an oil field & a processing facility. As the UK government we took our time to assess the facts carefully & independently. We are confident that Iran was responsible. The evidence is clear"
British Foreign Secretary says Iran has committed serious and systematic violations of international law
Attorney General Geoffrey Cox says the Government will put forward another motion for an early election shortly
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The pound £ is dropping
British Attorney General: Government will abide by Brexit postponement law
Attorney General Geoffrey Cox says there will no further prorogation of Parliament which does not comply with the Supreme Court judgment
British Transport Police has named a 20-year-old man who died in a London Underground carriage after being stabbed on a station platform at Hillingdon station in west London in an unprovoked attack as Tashan Daniel
say Ballymena based manufacturing company Wrightbus has gone into administration. The firm is most well known for making the new London Routemaster, also known as the 'Boris busses'. It currently employs around 1,300 people
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"Colleagues, welcome back to our place of work" Commons Speaker John Bercow addresses MPs as they return to Parliament, after the Supreme Court ruling that its suspension was unlawful
British parliament resumes after Supreme Court ruling
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Prime Minister @BorisJohnson has landed in London after flying home from UNGA in New York - straight to Westminster
Iranian Foreign Ministry says British tanker detention procedures completed but it still faces charges
has addressed the United Nations after the UK Supreme Court ruled that the prime minister's decision to prorogue parliament was unlawful
Cheshire police have said a 43-year-old woman has died after being attacked by two dogs at a house in Widnes
Neckermann Polska made a declaration of insolvency
German Thomas Cook subsidiary also files for bankruptcy
The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove has told Sky News he "does not recognise that language" responding to reports that the Leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg called the Supreme Court ruling on prorogation a "constitutional coup"
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French President Macron visits Irans President(not-scheduled) then Britain's Johnson arrives for his scheduled meeting with President Rouhani and President Macron leaves
A Government official says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has spoken to the Queen following the Supreme Court ruling that the suspension of Parliament was unlawful
U.S. Defense Secretary Esper: In the last week, I talked with each of my counterparts from the UK, France and Germany about Iran. The consensus is clear - Iran is responsible for the extraordinary attack on Saudi Arabia
A man has died after he was stabbed at Hillingdon London Underground station, British Transport Police has said.
Working closely with @BorisJohnson "on a magnificent new trade deal," says @POTUS in UNGA address
Owner of UK-flagged Stena Impero says the tanker and crew are still detained at an Iranian port despite claims by Iran the ship is free to leave. "We continue to work hard to secure the release of the crew and vessel," Erik Hanell, President and CEO, Stena Bulk, said
Number 10 sources are confirming that the PM will fly home tonight after his speech to the United Nations
PM Johnson calls for elections after the Supreme Court's decision refused to suspend the work of the British Parliament
Nicola Sturgeon closes her statement on the Supreme Court ruling with a nod to indyref2 - she says Scotland should not "remain at the whim of an extreme, out of touch, lawbreaking UK"
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Johnson: 'As the law stands we will leave on October 31 with or without a deal'. Reporter: 'No, as the law stands we cannot leave on October 31 unless parliament approves a deal'. Johnson: 'We will leave on October 31'
Downing Street sources say the Prime Minister will not resign following the Supreme Court judgment
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he "strongly disagrees" with the Supreme Court judgment but adds "this is a verdict that we will respect"
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will abide by the Supreme Court's decision on the illegal suspension of parliament
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson and Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon call for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign
German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said a decision will be made "in the next few days" on whether to grant a bridging loan to German charter airline Condor, one of many companies impacted by the collapse of parent company Thomas Cook
Ian Blackford SNP leader in Commons says he's spoken to the speaker John Bercow in the past few mins (Bercow called him) Parliament will be back tomorrow - 1130
2 month ago
The pound rose after Britain's top judges dealt an unprecedented legal rebuke to Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Labour leader Corbyn calls PM Johnson to resign
Bercow: 'In reaching their conclusion, they have vindicated the right and duty of Parliament to meet at this crucial time to scrutinise the executive and hold Ministers to account.'
John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons, said: "I welcome the Supreme Court's judgement that the prorogation of Parliament was unlawful.'
Supreme Court judgement - "parliament has not been prorogued". It's for Speaker and parliament to decide what to do next - "they can take immediate steps to enable each house to meet as soon as possible."
Britain's Supreme Court: Johnson's decision to suspend parliament is illegal
Lady Hale: "The effect on the fundamentals of our democracy was extreme. No justification has been put before the court"
Power to prorogue is unlawful "if its effect is preventing ability of parliament to carry out constitutional functions. Without reasonable justifications"
Lady Hale: 11 justices convened because of the 'importance of the case' and the judgement is 'unanimous'
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British ship Stena Impero today morning before it set off on its return journey to international waters
EU's Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says he sees no reason for optimism that EU and Britain can find solution to question of Irish backstop