The European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says the Irish-British border should be controlled if Britain leaves the bloc without a deal while the British government will be responsible for that.
Opponents of the government claim British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unlawfully shut the parliament until October 14 to prevent lawmakers from scrutinising his plan to take Britain out of the EU at the end of next month.
Boris Johnson has vowed to take Britain out of the EU bloc by the scheduled date of October 31, though parliament has ordered him not to do so without striking a deal with Brussels first.
Officials say British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will hold talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Luxembourg.
Queen Elizabeth II gives her formal approval to a law that would force the government to delay Brexit if it is not able to strike a divorce deal with European Union.
The law, which would require PM Boris Johnson to seek a three-month delay to Brexit if he does not manage to strike a deal with the EU by October 19, will now go for formal approval by Queen Elizabeth II.
Just six weeks after taking office, Johnson lost his majority in the House of Commons as his own MPs joined opposition parties to stop him taking Britain out of the EU next month without a deal.
The 328 to 301 vote, made possible by fellow Conservatives who turned their back on Johnson's pleas, cleared the way for Johnson's opponents to introduce a bill that seeks to prevent Britain from leaving the European Union without a deal October 31.
The new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that while he did not want an election, he will seek one if rebels in his own Conservative Party join forces with Labour when voting for a bill to prevent the UK from leaving the EU without a deal.
Lawmakers who are seeking to block a no-deal Brexit are making it more likely that Britain leaves the EU without a deal, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson met French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace a day after talks in Berlin with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, pressing them to accept his request to reopen Brexit negotiations.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been adamant that he will not accept the "backstop" border plan and warned that the UK will exit the EU on October 31, even at the cost of economic turmoil.
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