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Britain and the European Union have struck a new Brexit accord but it is by no means a done deal, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson has to get it through parliament.
A look at how the Government and opposition benches stand as the country moves into October - the month Brexit is due to take place.
Interior ministers from four EU countries will meet in Malta to try to work out an automatic system to determine which countries will welcome migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has warned in her party conference speech that a no-deal Brexit would be like "burning your house down" as she pledged to cancel Britain's departure from the EU altogether.
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker has weighed into a growing row over the title given to the bloc's new commissioner in charge of migration, who has been charged with "Protecting our European Way of Life".
Boris Johnson is refusing to back down and pushing on with his hardline Brexit strategy despite the risk of being taken to court and the threat of more resignations from his Conservative Party.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has warned that Tehran would further cut its commitments under a 2015 nuclear deal unless European states acts to save the pact.
With just nine weeks left until Britain is due to leave the European Union, the country is locked in a deepening political crisis over Brexit.
The pound was set for its biggest weekly gain in nearly 2 months as a plan by opposition lawmakers to thwart a no-deal Brexit gained traction. Plans for a post-Brexit deal with the US, though, are moving along 'rapidly', according Donald Trump.
A disorderly no-deal Brexit would disrupt some food supplies for weeks or months if delays at ports leave fresh produce rotting in lorries, the industry's trade body warned.
While the EU made clear it was not shutting the door to any Brexit deal, it stressed that London would need to move considerably to secure an agreement.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has refused to stop calling a law blocking a no-deal Brexit the "surrender act". The Conservative Party leader said it was "impoverishing political debate" if such descriptions could not be used.
Europe appears to have been spared an outbreak of the mysterious vaping-induced illnesses that have claimed seven lives in the US, prompting a backlash against e-cigarettes, but regulators say they are closely monitoring the situation.
The British government's plans for a no-deal Brexit warn of severe disruption to cross-Channel routes, affecting the supply of medicines and certain types of fresh foods, and say that protests and counter-protests will take place across the country.
Boris Johnson has sent MPs packing by suspending Parliament for five weeks in a controversial move as the Brexit deadline looms large. We take a look at what will happen before the current Brexit deadline of October 31.
As the European Union steps up contingency plans for a No Deal Brexit, individual member states are also taking steps to deal with the possible fall out.
Britain's Brexit negotiators are to meet their EU counterparts twice a week throughout September, London said, in a bid to strike a new divorce deal.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has demanded the Irish backstop - an insurance policy for the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland - be removed from any Brexit deal in a four-page letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk.
With the clock ticking down to a no-deal Brexit, opposition parties have been launching rival plans to avoid a cliff-edge departure.
Apple said it is suspending its global internal program for “grading” a portion of user Siri commands after some consumers raised concerns about the program.
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