Prime Minister Boris Johnson was heckled by a member of the audience as he addressed politicians and business leaders at a convention in Rotherham. The audience member protested over Johnson's suspension of Parliament , asking the Prime Minister why..
Scotland's highest court of appeal ruled on Wednesday that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament for five weeks is unlawful, the lawmaker who led the challenge said. Francesca Lynagh reports.
Britain's House of Commons Speaker John Bercow, who played a key role in the three-year Brexit crisis, said on Monday he would stand down from the role, issuing a warning to the government not to "degrade" parliament. Rough..
Legal action aimed at stopping Boris Johnson’s ability to suspend Parliament is to being heard at Scotland’s highest civil court. At the Court of Session in Edinburgh on August 30, opponents of the Prime Minister's move were denied an interim..
A No Deal Brexit will hit UK consumers hard, according to the British Retail Consortium.
The warning came after major demonstrations took place across the UK at the weekend against Boris Johnson's plan to suspend the UK Parliament in the run-up to..
Crowds in London began to gain momentum on Saturday (31 August) as a growing number of people joined the protest against Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament in the run-up to the Brexit.
Large crowds of protesters gathered outside Downing Street to protest against Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament.
The protest began with hundreds of protesters, but grew to several thousand, according to media reports.
While it is not..
LONDON — Britain's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson threw down the gauntlet this week on Brexit by setting in motion the suspension of the UK parliament.
Parliament is going to be put in time out for five weeks ahead of doomsday on October 31 when..
Protesters gathered outside the UK Parliament on Wednesday (August 28) afternoon after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his request to Queen Elizabeth for Parliament to be suspended.
A large number of protesters stormed the media pen outside..
Boris Johnson has said that he believes that the EU "clearly still thinks that there is a possibility that parliament will block Brexit". The Prime Minister accused the European Union of being "a bit negative" but insisted a solution can be found to..