Robert Buckland promised to abide by a Supreme Court ruling over whether Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament was lawful.
Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel held the press conference alongside an empty podium to represent Boris Johnson.
The UK’s highest court will today hear appeals from two separate challenges to Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament.
Boris Johnson said pro-remain protesters were making too much noise for the briefing to go ahead.
He said he believed “passionately” he can strike a new Brexit deal with the European Union ahead of talks with Jean-Claude Juncker.
Speaker John Bercow has vowed to use “procedural creativity” against the Prime Minister if he attempts to break the law over Brexit.
Dale Vince has threatened to take Boris Johnson to court to force him to confirm he will not allow a no-deal Brexit.
The government should consider staying in the EU rather than making no deal contingency plans, according to Lib Dem MP Christine Jardine.
Boris Johnson has denied lying to the Queen over the suspension of Parliament, insisting such claims were “absolutely not” true.
Pressure is mounting on Boris Johnson to return MPs to Parliament after the release of government dossier Operation Yellowhammer.
Downing Street has dismissed Nigel Farage’s offer to form a non-aggression pact with the Brexit Party at the next election.
Boris Johnson has revealed plans allowing foreign students to stay in the UK for two years after graduation.
He said a general election “is coming” but refused to accept the Prime Minister’s terms for a snap poll.
The Treasury minister has said Boris Johnson will not ask for a Brexit extension, despite a law being passed that may require him to do so.
In the longest parliamentary session in recent history, Boris Johnson saw another defeat of his plan for an early general election.
The Prime Minister is expected to face another defeat in Parliament today, as he asks MPs to back a general election for the second time.
A friend of the Johnson family has said the Prime Minister does not have the "courage of his conviction" for the Brexit he is promoting.
Sir Max Hastings accused the Prime Minister of being a “fantasist” and “completely self-obsessed”.
Police chiefs and MPs have criticised Boris Johnson for having 35 new police recruits stand behind him in a speech about Brexit.
He will visit a farm in Aberdeenshire and announce an extra £51.4 million for Scottish farmers over the next two years.
The Prime Minister urged for a general election today while speaking at the launch of his government's police recruitment drive.
The Labour leader was handed a woman's blouse after the Prime Minister called him a "big girl's blouse" in the Commons yesterday.
It promised to complete all stages of an opposition proposal to block a no-deal Brexit by Friday despite fears of a lengthy filibuster.
The Labour MP accused the Prime Minister of not being able to grasp "how serious" Brexit was.
The Prime Minister attacked the Mayor of London, accusing him of "squandering" money.
He accused Boris Johnson of treating his MPs like “robots” who must “to do what the Prime Minister says or be fired”.
Two former Chancellors were among the 21 Conservative MPs who have been barred from standing for the party at the next election.
He accused Boris Johnson of failing to unify the country and “making no effort” to spell out the consequences of a no-deal Brexit.
He urged Conservative MPs to rally behind the Prime Minister ahead of an expected parliamentary battle over Brexit.
A British anti-hate organisation said there was an 11 per cent reduction in anti-Muslim incidents last year, compared to figures from 2017.
He warned rebellious MPs they risk losing the whip and being barred from standing for the party if they vote against the government when Parliament returns.
He revealed he wanted to be a rock star or a supermarket tycoon during a Q&A with young journalists.
The Tory MP claimed that division in Westminster was making the prospect of a deal with the EU less likely.
The US president reaffirmed his backing for Mr Johnson on Twitter just days after the pair met in person at the G7 summit in Biarritz.
He said the Prime Minister’s decision to suspend Parliament ahead of the Brexit deadline has showed he “does not care for our Constitution”.
Downing Street confirmed that Boris Johnson has spoken to the Queen to request that Parliament is suspended until October 14.
Labour MEP Claude Moraes claims Ms Merkel’s backstop deadline is not a significant breakthrough in negotiations.
The German chancellor has said the Prime Minister has 30 days to come with an alternative solution to the Irish backstop that he wants to scrap.
The Labour MP advised Boris Johnson to be 'absolutely clear and strong and tough' during Brexit talks with European leaders this week.
He accused his European neighbours of being 'a bit negative' ahead of Brexit talks with Germany and France.
The US president has said he had a "great discussion" with the Prime Minister about securing a free trade deal between the two countries.
The number of cases of measles has risen in the UK and the Prime Minister is seeking urgent action to boost vaccinations.
He said a leaked government document that predicted the worst case scenarios of a no-deal Brexit is 'not helpful', but its findings should not be dismissed.
He heads to France and Germany to call for a new Brexit agreement, as his government faces pressure for spending millions on an ad campaign.
The case related to Boris Johnson’s 2016 claim the UK sends £350 million a week to the European Union.
Prison reform campaigners have slammed Boris Johnson’s proposal to ‘come down hard’ on violent and sexual offenders as a bid to win votes.
Labour will put forward a no-confidence vote in Boris Johnson only once it knows it can win, according to Dianne Abbott.
The Prime Minister has ordered an urgent review of sentencing which could see violent criminals serving more of their sentence in prison.
The Brexit Party MEP said her party existed to hold politicians to account, and "return faith in the democratic system".