1. British pound falls on reports that Brexit talks are close to breaking down  CNBC
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  3. Johnson faces cabinet revolt over no-deal Brexit - media  Reuters
  4. UK says chances of Brexit deal slim; EU chides ‘blame game’  Washington Post
  5. Brexit boost: PM reveals five key reasons trade with EU will thrive after no deal exit  Express.co.uk
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Parliament will meet on Saturday 19 October after a key EU summit to approve the next steps for the UK.Parliament will meet on Saturday 19 October after a key EU summit to approve the next steps for the UK.

Brexit: Special sitting for MPs to decide UK's future - BBC News

Top EU official chides Boris Johnson for playing "stupid blame game" as British government says negotiations appear to have reached a standstillTop EU official chides Boris Johnson for playing "stupid blame game" as British government says negotiations appear to have reached a standstill

In truth it was a miracle that the eyeballing contest that has been going on the last few weeks between Downing Street and Michel Barnier’s negotiating team continued for as long as it did before breaking out into the diplomatic equivalent of a bar-room brawl on Wednesday.In truth it was a miracle that the eyeballing contest that has been going on the last few weeks between Downing Street and Michel Barnier’s negotiating team continued for as long as it did before breaking out into the diplomatic equivalent of a bar-room brawl on Wednesday.

Both the Johnson Government and the EU now appear ready to roll dice on general election before Christmas

“.@BorisJohnson, what’s at stake is not winning some stupid blame game. At stake is the future of Europe and the UK as well as the security and interests of our people. You don’t want a deal, you don’t want an extension, you don’t want to revoke, quo vadis?”

Donald Tusk on Twitter: ".@BorisJohnson, what’s at stake is not winning some stupid blame game. At stake is the future of Europe and the UK as well as the security and interests of our people. You don’t want a deal, you don’t want an extension, you don’t want to revoke, quo vadis?"

“Hard to disagree - reflects the frustration across EU and the enormity of what’s at stake for us all. We remain open to finalize a fair #Brexit deal but need a UK Govt willing to work with EU to get it done. https://t.co/5tUvb6m2K4”

Simon Coveney on Twitter: "Hard to disagree - reflects the frustration across EU and the enormity of what’s at stake for us all. We remain open to finalize a fair #Brexit deal but need a UK Govt willing to work with EU to get it done.… https://t.co/Vhj7zHl5ed"

“We’re recruiting 20,000 police officers to help cut crime and keep people safe. https://t.co/czNajnnjTt”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "We’re recruiting 20,000 police officers to help cut crime and keep people safe.… "

“Joining Gillian and John @KABCRadio just after 9am PCT. Boris, Brexit and Secret Conservatives in California.”

Katie Hopkins on Twitter: "Joining Gillian and John @KABCRadio just after 9am PCT. Boris, Brexit and Secret Conservatives in California."

Any remaining hopes that Boris Johnson’s proposals for a Brexit deal would win the EU’s backing seem to have been extinguished after a tense phone call between him and Any remaining hopes that Boris Johnson’s proposals for a Brexit deal would win the EU’s backing seem to have been extinguished after a tense phone call between him and 

Angela Merkel: Boris Johnson's Brexit blame game will come back to bite him at the general election

POUND sterling jumped more than 0.5 percent this morning after reports the European Union was ready to offer Boris Johnson a major concession in a last-ditch attempt to revive a Brexit deal.POUND sterling jumped more than 0.5 percent this morning after reports the European Union was ready to offer Boris Johnson a major concession in a last-ditch attempt to revive a Brexit deal.

Pound to euro: Pound value chaos as sterling soars then plummets after EU proposals | City & Business | Finance | Express.co.uk

Nicky Morgan, Robert Buckland, Geoffrey Cox, Julian Smith and Matt Hancock are all believed to be on Number 10's quit list as tensions grow over the government's Brexit strategy.Nicky Morgan, Robert Buckland, Geoffrey Cox, Julian Smith and Matt Hancock are all believed to be on Number 10's quit list as tensions grow over the government's Brexit strategy.

Five Cabinet ministers put on 'resignation watch' over No Deal fears | Daily Mail Online

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The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier told the European Parliament that they cannot accept proposals by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier told the European Parliament that they cannot accept proposals by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

VIDEO: The EU says it cannot agree a Brexit deal with Boris Johnson - Insider

Five Cabinet ministers and 'very large number' of Conservative MPs said to be prepared to quit over no-deal Brexit.Five Cabinet ministers and 'very large number' of Conservative MPs said to be prepared to quit over no-deal Brexit.

British PM facing no-deal Brexit cabinet rebellion - report | UK News | Al Jazeera

They are on a "resignation watchlist".They are on a "resignation watchlist".

Boris Johnson faces revolt from Cabinet members | Newshub

A Scottish court has decided for now against ordering British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to write a letter asking the European Union to delay BrexitA Scottish court has decided for now against ordering British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to write a letter asking the European Union to delay Brexit

The Latest: UK court defers ruling in Brexit extension case - The Washington Post

Did Angela Merkel tell Britain's Prime Minister that a Brexit deal is "overwhelmingly unlikely"? That's what a source close to Boris Johnson has told British media. Meanwhile, the European Council president accused the UK of playing a "stupid blame game".Did Angela Merkel tell Britain's Prime Minister that a Brexit deal is "overwhelmingly unlikely"? That's what a source close to Boris Johnson has told British media. Meanwhile, the European Council president accused the UK of playing a "stupid blame game".

Johnson-Merkel phone call prompts war of words | DW News - latest news and breaking stories | DW | 09.10.2019