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28 Aug 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will ask Queen Elizabeth II to suspend the U.K. Parliament from mid-September to mid-October -- a move that could hamper lawmakers’ efforts to block a no-deal Brexit and even trigger a constitutional crisis. Rosalind Mathieson reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
22 Aug 2019
French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson have met in Paris to discuss Brexit. Macron called the Irish backstop "indispensable" to a Brexit deal. Johnson had said the backstop has to go.
22 Aug 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday that he wanted a Brexit deal and believed it was still possible to reach one in time for the Oct. 31 deadline.
10 Aug 2019
Britain's opposition Labour party has challenged PM Boris Johnson's choice of finance minister. It has raised a raft of concerns about Sajid Javid's career with Deutsche Bank in the run-up to the global financial crisis.
4 Aug 2019
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's House of Commons majority was reduced to a single seat following a by-election in Brecon and Radnorshire.
2 Aug 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives are now down to a one seat majority. The results of a Welsh by-election will make life difficult for Johnson.
25 Jul 2019
International reactions to Boris Johnson becoming the UK's new prime minister have been mostly positive so far. But what do politicians and business leaders here in Germany think?
25 Jul 2019
Britain's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson has appointed several key supporters to top jobs as he makes plans to take the UK out of the EU by October 31. Several ministers stood down before they could be pushed.
24 Jul 2019
Incoming Prime Minister Boris Johnson will have scant time to settle into his new job. The UK's challenges and tasks are many and formidable, to say the least. So what is on his to-do list?
23 Jul 2019
UK's new leader Johnson vows to get Brexit done on Oct 31
19 Jul 2019
The EU has accused UK leadership hopeful Boris Johnson of fake news over his complaint that "Brussels bureaucrats" made life hard for smoked herring sellers. It emerged that the rules were made by the UK, and not the EU.
26 Jun 2019
Boris Johnson pledged again to take the U.K. out of the European Union on Oct. 31, even as members of his party plot to prevent him doing it without a deal. The front-runner to become prime minister made the comments in an interview on LBC radio. Emma Ross-Thomas reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance." Stephen King, senior economic adviser at HSBC, also speaks.

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