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Speaking during a recent tour of southern Africa, Prince Harry says, 'We are certainly on different paths at the moment but I will always be there for him as I know he will always be there for me'
Brexit planning chief Michael Gove says the United Kingdom 'has the means and ability' to leave the European Union on schedule
(UPDATED) The Parliament declines to give their backing to the agreement Boris Johnson struck with the EU this week until the legislation needed to ratify it has passed
(3rd UPDATE) British MPs argue that they need more time to study Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal contents before the October 31 deadline
Prime Minister Boris Johnson needs a clear vote in favor of his deal to avoid triggering a law requiring him to ask the EU to delay Brexit for the 3rd time
(3rd UPDATE) A summit of EU leaders 'endorsed this deal and it looks like we are very close to the final stretch,' says EU Council summit host Donald Tusk
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party dramatically rejects the accord, which would see their British-ruled province remain under EU customs and Value Added Tax rules
'My government's priority has always been to secure the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union on October 31,' says Queen Elizabeth II
The odds of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's tenure lasting will depend largely on the outcome of hurried Brexit discussions held behind closed doors in Brussels around the same time.
The EU and UK are trying to achieve in a few days what they had failed to in the more than 3 years since Britons first voted to leave the European Union after nearly 50 years
Hays Travel acquires Thomas Cook's 555 United Kingdom stores for an undisclosed sum and says it will hire 'as many Thomas Cook staff as possible'
The brand is trying to keep up with the times with efforts to be more inclusive
(UPDATED) According to reports, Downing Street believes talks between the two sides are now 'close to breaking down'
Virtually all Thomas Cook's travelers on holiday at the time of the company's collapse are back home
With no draft deal on the table before the October 17 meeting, Britain and Europe will face either a chaotic break-up or yet another Brexit delay
Boris Johnson tells French President Emmanuel Macron, 'the EU should not be lured into the mistaken belief that the UK will stay in the EU after October 31st,' a spokesman quotes him as saying
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay urges the European Union to show 'creativity and flexibility'
Prince Harry takes legal action against more tabloids, days after pressing charges against The Mail on Sunday newspaper
EU Council President Donald Tusk, who will chair a make-or-break October 17-18 EU summit dominated by Brexit, tweets a message to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson: 'We remain open but still unconvinced'
In a stinging attack on British tabloid media, Prince Harry says his wife is being dogged by the press in the same way as his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, was before her death in 1997
(UPDATED) Boris Johnson says his deal 'removes the so-called backstop,' an EU-backed plan that ensures the Irish border stays open by keeping Britain temporarily aligned to EU customs rules
Thomas Cook's French arm is placed in receivership, while its largest Belgian subsidiary is declared bankrupt
'We are going to make a very good offer. We will be tabling it formally very soon,' Johnson tells BBC television
The couple 'became engaged while away for the weekend in Italy earlier this month,' the palace says in a statement, adding that the wedding will take place in 2020
(UPDATED) UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's inflammatory language draws accusations – including from his sister Rachel – of stoking divisions in a country still split over the 2016 referendum vote for Brexit
Collapsed travel giant Thomas Cook has around 22,000 staff worldwide, with 9,000 of them based in the United Kingdom
The judgement has hit Prime Minister Boris Johnson's authority, prompting calls for his resignation and cast further doubt on his promise to pull Britain out of the EU on October 31, come what may
Collapsed British travel firm Thomas Cook could owe hundreds of millions of euros to hotels
Britain's Civil Aviation Authority is managing its biggest repatriation since World War II, following the bankruptcy of travel giant Thomas Cook
(UPDATED) Prime Minister Boris Johnson renews his call for an early election to end the standoff with parliament
'I can tell you that the UK is attributing responsibility with a very high degree of probability to Iran for the Aramco attacks,' Boris Johnson says
(3rd UPDATE) Iconic British travel firm Thomas Cook declares bankruptcy after 178 years of operations
The same disputes over ways out of the Brexit crisis that saw Prime Minister Boris Johnson's right-wing Conservatives lose their working majority are also fraying Labour on the left
(UPDATED) If British firm Thomas Cook goes bankrupt, its travel agencies would close, planes would be grounded, and thousands of employees would be jobless
John Lennon's childhood sanctuary that inspired the classic Beatles song, 'Strawberry Fields Forever' opens its gates to tourists
'The risk of a no deal remains very real. That will maybe be the choice of the United Kingdom but never the choice of the European Union,' says European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker
Britain has walked a careful path on the protests, but it has also expressed concerns about the direction Hong Kong has headed
Former UK prime minister David Cameron accuses incumbent Boris Johnson of using Brexit to make him the 'darling' of their Conservative party
In an odd analogy, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson compares Britain to the comic book character Hulk
British Prime Minister Boris also vows that Britain will be ready for a no-deal departure from the EU on October 31 despite his own government's assessment that planning remained 'at a low level'
The government has immediately appealed, with the case set to be heard in the Supreme Court next Tuesday, September 17, and parliament set to remain shut in the meantime
'I am firmly convinced that we still have every chance to do it in an orderly way and the German government will work toward making this possible until the very last day,' Angela Merkel says
Here is an assessment of Britain's economy as it prepares to leave the European Union
Britain's Foreign Office says it will raise the issue at the United Nations, with Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab warning that it is part of a 'pattern of behavior...designed to disrupt regional security'
Boris Johnson now sees himself outflanked by pro-European Union opponents and the country barrelling toward a chaotic October 31 breakup with its closest neighbors after 46 years
'I have resigned from Cabinet and surrendered the Conservative Whip,' Amber Rudd tweets
The law, which would require Boris Johnson to seek a three-month delay to Brexit if he does not manage to strike a deal with the EU in October, will now go for formal approval by Queen Elizabeth II
The vote's timing is still being debated as the country hurtles toward an October 31 departure from the European Union without a plan for what comes next
Princess Charlotte is accompanied by Prince George and her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as she makes her way to her first day of school in London
Jo Johnson had campaigned strongly against Britain's exit from the European Union in 2016, a position that put him at odds with his older and more famous brother Boris