Labour's Corbyn: Johnson's Brexit plan won't pass Brussels, or Parliament
UK opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has said Boris Johnson's Brexit plans would falter in Brussels and at the hands of British politicians. Meanwhile, the EU's Donald Tusk said he remained "open but still unconvinced."
UK: Stabbing attack in Manchester an 'act of terrorism'
Police are investigating multiple stabbings at a UK shopping center in what they are calling an "act of terrorism." One man in his 40s has been arrested.
UK Supreme Court: Prorogation of Parliament was unlawful
The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful. The court ruled that Parliament can reconvene "as soon as possible."
U.K. Supreme Court: Johnson's parliament suspension unlawful
U.K. Supreme Court President Brenda Hale speaks in London about the court's unanimous finding that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament was unlawful.
Bloomberg's Jonathan browning discusses sex discrimination suits in corporate Britain
Every year hundreds of workers who file sex-discrimination grievances in U.K. courts settle their cases in return for money and silence. Major banks such as Barclays, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase are just some of the multinational corporations that have been sued. Bloomberg's Jonathan Browning discusses the story with Naomi Kerbel.
Why Canada will remain an attractive country for Nigerians
The UK and the US have for long been the top two destinations for Nigerians seeking greener pastures. But now, it appears Canada is becoming the new attraction for many Nigerians. And the brain drain may continue if Nigerians keep feeling they have a better chance at living their dreams outside Nigeria.
Brexit: What's happened and what's next?
For the third time in two days, Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered major defeats in his plans to take the UK out of the EU with or without a deal. DW takes a look at the current impasse what will happen next.
Boris Johnson saves trickiest Brexit challenge, Northern Ireland, for last
Northern Ireland is arguably both the most perilous, and the least soluble Brexit riddle taxing the UK prime minister. Even his more modest goal of convincing the power-sharing government to reconvene looks unlikely.
A diplomatic spat between the US and UK plays out on Twitter
A diplomatic spat between the US and UK plays out on Twitter.
Boris Johnson again pledges Oct. 31 Brexit in radio interview
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.