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FILE: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II delivers the Queen's Speech on the The Sovereign's Throne in the House of Lords chamber, during the State Opening of Parliament in the Houses of Parliament in London on 19 December 2019. Picture: AFP

European union

Queen Elizabeth II approves government's Brexit bill

Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday formally approved the landmark law facilitating Britain's departure from the European Union at the end of this month.

  • French President Emmanuel Macron (L) and Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) speak during a meeting at the Elysee Palace in Paris on 22 August 2019. Picture: AFP

    Brexit deal: what's in it

    The EU divorce deal before the British parliament on Friday makes a few subtle but potentially consequential changes to the one Prime Minister Boris Johnson struck with Brussels in October. Here is a summary of the accord:

  • A video grab from footage broadcast by the UK Parliament's Parliamentary Recording Unit (PRU) shows Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaking in the House of Commons in London on 14 October 2019, during a debate on the Queen's Speech.  Picture: AFP

    With a 'radical' agenda, Johnson sets sights on quick Brexit

    British Prime Mnister Boris Johnson said he would not allow any more 'dither and delay', ruling out any extension beyond 2020 to the transition period to negotiate a free trade deal with the EU, and suggesting he would hold trade talks with other countries at the same time.

  • Britain's Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party, Boris Johnson, speaks during a campaign event to celebrate the result of the General Election, in central London on 13 December 2019. Picture: AFP

    Despite epic win, Johnson faces battle for Britain

    Strong performances by Scottish and Irish nationalists in Thursday's snap vote will increase concerns about independence movements gaining momentum north of England's border and in Northern Ireland.

  • Britain's Prime Minister and Conservative leader Boris Johnson leaves after retaining his seat to be MP for Uxbridge and Ruislip South at the count centre in Uxbridge, west London, on 13 December 2019 after votes were counted as part of the UK general election. Picture: AFP.

    Winning big, Johnson on course to deliver swift Brexit

    The face of the victorious 'Leave' campaign in the 2016 referendum, Johnson fought the election under the slogan of 'Get Brexit Done', promising to end the deadlock and spend more on health, education and the police.

  • FILE: British PM Boris Johnson. Picture: AFP

    Britain votes in snap 'Brexit election'

    More than 4,000 polling venues across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland -- including a windmill, some pubs and a chip shop -- opened their doors for a poll described as the most important in a generation.

  • FILE: Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson addresses a press conference during an European Union Summit at European Union Headquarters in Brussels on 17 October 2019. Picture: AFP

    Final push in Britain's Brexit election

    Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour main opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn were set for whistlestop tours of key battleground seats in a frantic last push for votes.