British PM Boris Johnson needs enough MPs to support his deal - or to agree on leaving without one. In a rare Saturday session, British parliament debates the latest deal for leaving the EU.
The US president has backed the current British PM in the upcoming general election campaign. Trump heavily criticized Johnson's political opponent, Jeremy Corbyn, describing the Labour Party leader as "bad" for Britain.
The Brexit Party will not run for parliamentary seats currently held by Tory lawmakers, Nigel Farage said, reversing his previous position. The move is a major boost for conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The Brexit Party is ready to help the Tories win a majority if UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson bins his divorce deal with the EU, Nigel Farage has said. Farage offered a "non-aggression pact" to avoid splitting the vote.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said he won't stand in next month's UK-wide parliamentary elections. The decision led to accusations that he was running scared.
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