Although UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson managed to secure a new deal with the EU on 17 October, the British Parliament had other plans after a narrow vote of 322 to 306 saw the House of Commons amended the government's bill for a new deal, which forced Johnson to request an extension of his country's planned unilateral withdrawal from the European Union.

The European Council received no less than three letters from the British government, all of which were related to the outcome of the landm...

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