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EU in favour of Brexit delay as Johnson seeks election

It is now for the rest of the bloc to decide whether to push deadline to January.

Malaysia beri amaran peraturan EU boleh jejas penggunaan minyak sawit dalam...

Peranannya sebagai pengantara masakan yang lebih murah memastikan makanan mewakili hampir 70% daripada penggunaan minyak makan itu.

New EU rules could hurt palm oil used in food, says...

The primary industries minister says Malaysia will continue to tackle false accusations from foreign campaigns against palm oil.

Brexit ratification problematic after divorce deal vote blocked

EU plays for time after British parliament speaker nays poll.

Since when did you side with terror, Erdogan asks the West

Turkish president attacks EU, US for not supporting onslaught against Kurdish fighters.

UK PM’s Brexit delay letter complies with the law, says lawyer

Scotland's top court will decide whether Johnson’s move conforms with the Benn Act.

UK lawyers challenge import of ‘slave-picked’ Uzbek cotton

Landmark legal action could pave way to stop unlawful goods from entering European Union.

EU hopeful of Afghan ceasefire following breakdown in US-Taliban talks

American Defence Secretary Mark Esper visits Kabul unannounced to discuss ‘best way forward’.

British PM sends unsigned letter seeking Brexit delay

British MPs triggered law requiring Johnson write to EU leaders for time extension.

British PM fights threat of further delay in Brexit debate

PM Johnson needs a clear vote in favour of his deal to avoid triggering a law requiring him to ask the EU to delay Brexit for the third time.

Brexit D-Day sees only fourth Saturday parliament sitting since WWII

British PM Boris Johnson vows to force UK out of EU even if his divorce accord is rejected.

US slaps tariffs on European wine, whisky, Airbus 

France warns Washington to brace for retaliation.

EU leaders ‘note’ Turkey ceasefire, demand end to Syria offensive

EU says operation is causing 'unacceptable human suffering' and undermines fight against IS.

EU, UK seen closing in on ‘possible’ Brexit text

Ireland PM says there are some issues still to be sorted out.

Deal or no deal? UK’s limited options as Brexit deadline looms

PM Boris Johnson determined to exit EU but constrained by law to seek extension if he fails to agree on deal.

Britain, EU enter make-or-break Brexit week

UK must move quickly if it wants a solution as the clock is ticking.

UK remains a long way from Brexit deal, says source

UK government prepared to leave without a deal.

Erdogan to EU: Wake up or we’ll send millions of refugees...

Bloc has been criticising Turkey's military offensive in Syria, which started Wednesday.

Ireland prepares for worst with unprecedent no-deal Brexit budget

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe pledges €1.2 bil package to keep firms afloat.

‘No-deal’ Brexit worries push pound to 3-week low

The UK has less than a month to deliver a withdrawal deal before the Oct 31 deadline.

Johnson will fight Brexit delay, says govt source

British PM thinks his talks with the EU is bound to fail.

Bottlenecks and stockpiles: UK firms in last Brexit stretch

Bakery chain Greggs is stockpiling ingredients to prepare for Brexit.

Johnson to challenge the Queen to fire him, media reports

The UK PM won’t be going anywhere unless police turn up at 10 Downing Street.

EU presses UK to resubmit Brexit plan as end-game looms

The European Commission is adamant that, as of now 'the UK proposals do not provide a basis for concluding an agreement'.