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.
Galen Milne has been removed as a Lib Dem general election candidate after suggesting senior Conservatives be "hung, drawn and quartered".
Boris Johnson said pro-remain protesters were making too much noise for the briefing to go ahead.
Over £250,000 has been spent on Facebook ads preparing the public for Brexit, despite uncertainty over whether the UK will leave the EU.
He branded the Labour leader an “apologist for a hard-right Russian government” in a damning speech at the Liberal Democrat conference.
The cabinet minister said MPs who have tried to “derail” Brexit will ultimately be judged by their constituents at an election.
The Brexit Party MEP said she was sceptical that Brexit would be delivered by Halloween.
The former Lib Dem leader said there was never a "great public demand” for a Brexit referendum.
He said he believed “passionately” he can strike a new Brexit deal with the European Union ahead of talks with Jean-Claude Juncker.
Current Speaker John Bercow, who has held the office since June 2009, will take the chair for a final time on October 31.
The Greater Manchester Mayor is calling for more devolution to northern regions.
The Labour MP said the courts’ involvement in Brexit is a “worry”, after a series of cases regarding Parliament's suspension.
The SNP's Westminster leader said he wants a general election to show Scotland's "determination" to stay in the EU.
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.
Operation Yellowhammer, which outlines possible consequences of a no-deal Brexit, has warned of border delays and civil unrest.
Boris Johnson has denied lying to the Queen over the suspension of Parliament, insisting such claims were “absolutely not” true.
Tory Rebel Dominic Grieve likened the outcome of a no-deal Brexit to "a hurricane or a storm".
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.
Mary Lou McDonald accused Boris Johnson of following a Brexit “fantasy” and said his plan for leaving the EU is “immeasurably dangerous”.
Stephen Kinnock said the only way to solve Brexit was to secure a deal, as his party's deputy leader pushes for a second referendum.
The cabinet minister revealed she was "pleased to hear" John Bercow was stepping down as Commons Speaker.
Jeremy Corbyn's deputy is set to urge his party to back holding a second referendum on Brexit before a general election takes place.
He said a general election “is coming” but refused to accept the Prime Minister’s terms for a snap poll.
More than a dozen MPs, including former Conservative cabinet minister Rory Stewart and Labour MP Caroline Flint, have formed ‘MPs for a Deal’.
The Labour MP said she would consider staying on as an MP if Britain had still not left the EU at the next election.
Outgoing Labour MP John Mann accused his party of failing to act on issues of sexual harassment “and worse”.
Paul Staines, editor of political blog Guido Fawkes, responds to the resignation of the Speaker of the House of Commons.
The former PM has recognised key political aides as well as her sporting hero Geoffrey Boycott in her resignation honours list.
The talkRADIO host clashed with Labour MP Jack Dromey during a discussion about the outgoing Commons Speaker, John Bercow.
The Tory MP criticised politicians for “shenanigans and showmanship” after the political gridlock continued in Parliament last night.
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.
He urged Irish premier Leo Varadkar to consider whether he would “rather no deal than no backstop” after a meeting with Boris Johnson.
The Brexit Party leader told Julia Hartley-Brewer that he would put "country before party" to resolve Brexit.
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.
MPs have criticised the Conservatives for an advert depicting Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as a chicken.
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”.
The Independent MP appeared in court to deny three counts of sexual assault against two women.
Police chiefs and MPs have criticised Boris Johnson for having 35 new police recruits stand behind him in a speech about Brexit.
The Tory MP compared Dr David Nicholl to a disgraced anti-vaxxer, after he spoke of his concerns regarding a no-deal Brexit.
The Liberal Democrat MP said his party would only support a general election once a no-deal Brexit was “off the table”.
She said the Brexit Party would support Boris Johnson as long as he kept his promise to leave the European Union on October 31.
Alok Sharma urged Labour to support a general election when it is put to the House of Commons for a second time on Monday.
He will visit a farm in Aberdeenshire and announce an extra £51.4 million for Scottish farmers over the next two years.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has confirmed a second attempt to get MPs to back an early general election will take place on Monday.