Launching election, Johnson blames Parliament for Brexit delay | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces that Parliament has officially been dissolved ahead of a general election, saying that he has been forced to call the early election by MPs’ inaction on Brexit. SOUNDBITE

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Farage offers Johnson deal if Brexit plan dropped

UK’s Nigel Farage tried to ramp up pressure on Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday, saying his Brexit Party would run against the Conservatives across the country unless Johnson abandons his divorce deal with the European Union. (Nov. 1)

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UK’s Farage offers Johnson a deal if Brexit plan dropped

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage tried to ramp up pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson, saying he will run against the Conservatives across the country unless Johnson abandons his divorce deal with the European Union.

Johnson leaves Downing Street for parliament for vote on snap election | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves Downing Street for parliament, where he will be making a fresh push for an early election. IMAGES

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Johnson mulls early poll after latest Brexit vote

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was weighing up whether to push for an early election or try again to pass his stalled European Union divorce deal, after Parliament blocked a fast-track plan to approve his Brexit bill before the UK’s scheduled departure from the bloc on Oct. 31.

Analyst: “Possible” UK’s Johnson may win Brexit vote

Tony Travers, a professor at the London School of Economics’ Department of Government, says lawmakers are tired of the ongoing Brexit saga and may end up backing U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal, though they could do so with amendments made to it.
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London reacts as Brexit delay announced | AFP

People standing on Parliament Square in London react as John Bercow, speaker of the House of Commons, reads out the vote result of the Letwin amendment (322-306) which has the effect of forcing Johnson to ask EU leaders to delay Brexit beyond October 31, something he had vowed not to do. IMAGES

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Johnson on Brexit: we need to get this done

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told UK parliament “now is the time to get this thing done” as he pleaded with lawmakers to back his new Brexit plan. (Oct. 19)

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UK’s Johnson says ‘very confident’ MPs will approve Brexit deal | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is confident that his country’s parliament would back a Brexit deal struck with the EU — despite key allies coming out against it. SOUNDBITE

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Britain’s Brexit Generation Has Run Out of Shits to Give

It’s been three years, three Prime Ministers and one unlawful suspension of parliament since the UK voted to leave the European Union, and yet little has changed on the Brexit front.

It’s as unpredictable and chaotic as ever.

Despite a historic Supreme Court ruling that found the government’s suspension of Parliament unlawful, Prime Minister Boris Johnson continues to press forward with his plan to crash out of Europe on October 31st.

But with Parliament back in action, and heavily scrutinizing the Johnson’s plan, it’s far from clear that a divided commons will be capable of forming majority support around a solution anytime soon.

With Brexit all but guaranteed to grind on indefinitely, we turned our attention to the demographic poised to be most affected by Brexit: Young Brits.

They told us what it’s like growing up in a brexit-world, and, and if they can even remember what life was like before it.

“I can’t really remember a time before the news was absolutely inundated with the brexit stuff,” says Charlie, aged 22. Who like the majority of people his age backed Remain in 2016.

A sense of nihilism about Brexit was also a common thread: “I don’t really engage with it as much because I find it too bleak” said 26-year-old Ella Gordon.

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UK PM Johnson: priority to ‘get Brexit done’

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said his government’s priority was to “get Brexit done”, pledging to leave the European Union on the 31st of October “come what may”. (Oct. 2)

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UK PM Johnson: We’re leaving “come what may”

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the UK will offer the European Union a proposed Brexit deal that represents a compromise for both sides, as he urged the bloc to meet Britain halfway and allow for the country’s orderly departure after years of wrangling.

UK Brexit plan will not have checks at Irish border: Johnson | AFP

There will “under no circumstances” be “checks at or near the border in Northern Ireland” in the UK’s new proposal for a Brexit withdrawal deal, says Boris Johnson at the Conservative Party Conference. SOUNDBITE

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Britain will leave EU by Oct 31 ‘come what may’: Johnson | AFP Images

Britain will leave EU by Oct 31 ‘come what may’ says British PM Boris Johnson. SOUNDBITE of Boris Johnson

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Johnson heads to Parliament after Supreme Court ruling | AFP

Boris Johnson leaves 10 Downing Street to address Parliament for the first time following a Supreme Court decision which ruled that his move to prorogue Parliament was unlawful. IMAGES

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UK’s Johnson bemuses with unconventional UN speech | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivered an unconventional speech at the UN General Assembly, drawing laughs and baffled looks from delegates. Johnson struck a light tone on a serious subject as he warned of technology’s capacity to control citizens. And he referenced one of his favorite subjects, Greek mythology, by telling the story of Zeus punishing Prometheus by ensuring that an eagle ate his liver over and over again.

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Blow for UK PM as Parliament suspension declared “unlawful” | AFP

Britain’s Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in suspending parliament in the run-up to Brexit, in a momentous defeat that sparked calls for him to resign.

The ruling is a huge blow to Johnson’s authority and casts further doubt on his vow to leave the European Union on October 31 even without a deal with Brussels.

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Trump assures UK’s Johnson he’ll win in court

President Trump sought to assure UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson that he’ll win future court battles after his suspension of Parliament was ruled illegal. Trump said he lost a series of rulings when first elected but has since “run the table.” (Sept. 24)

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UK Labour leader Corbyn calls on PM Johnson to resign | AFP

Leader of the British Labour party Jeremy Corbyn says ‘the unelected Prime minister’ Boris Johnson ‘should resign’ during a speech at his party conference in Brighton. SOUNDBITE

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Johnson: Strongly disagrees with UK court ruling

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he strongly disagrees with the Supreme Court ruling that Parliament’s suspension was illegal. (Sept. 24)

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British PM renews call for elections after court setback | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson renews his call for the rival Labour Party to back new elections after the Supreme Court ruled that his suspension of parliament was illegal. “The obvious thing to do is call an election. Jeremy Corbyn is talking out the back of his neck,” Johnson tells reporters as he heads to the UN headquarters for the General Assembly. IMAGES

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