British PM hopes parliament supports revised withdrawal deal struck in Brussels and passes legislation in three days.
"The motion will not be debated today because it would be repetitive and disorderly to do so," says John Bercow.
"We are going to leave on October 31. We have the means and the ability to do so,” says govt's Brexit planning chief.
"I will now start consulting EU leaders on how to react," says European Council President Donald Tusk.
MPs vote 322-306 to withhold their approval on the Brexit deal until legislation to implement it has been passed.
In a divided parliament where he has no majority, Johnson must now win the support of 320 lawmakers.
Its fortunes — and Britain’s immediate fate — rests in the hands of a few undecided MPs.
Business leaders see any deal, however imperfect, as better than leaving the bloc.
British PM Boris Johnson says “we have a great new Brexit deal”; Juncker says all EU countries should endorse it.
EU negotiator Michel Barnier says there has been "good progress, and work is ongoing".
Johnson is bound by law to ask Brussels for an extension to talks by October 19 if no deal is reached.
If an agreement is not reached by Brussel's Summit, UK PM Boris Johnson will have to postpone Britain's exit again.
Both sides are hoping for a clean divorce deal for Britain leaving EU might be sketched out within the coming hours.
The pound jumps to its highest level in five months.
EU leaders will meet on Thursday and Friday for a summit held under the pressures of the October 31 Brexit deadline.
European Union member states will review progress on Monday.
PM Johnson speaks to German Chancellor Angela Merkel as he tried to salvage new divorce terms he has proposed.
Brexit secretary says ideas formally submitted to Brussels were only “a broad landing zone"; negotiations now necessary.
If Johnson fails to comply with the Benn Act the courts could impose penalties “including fine and imprisonment”.
French government minister says Brexit talks are made harder by UK parliament's unclear position.
Johnson tells European Commission president that London’s long-awaited proposal is "a reasonable compromise".
PM Boris Johnson declines to give details but media reports say it could be proposed as early as Thursday.
Finance minister Sajid Javid says the "full armoury of economic policy" will be on hand if needed.
Johnson insists he will take Britain out of the European Union next month, with or without a deal with Brussels.
UK premier says he'd rather be "dead in a ditch" than ask for a delay to get lawmakers approve a Brexit deal.
Nafees hopeful jobs could be for medical and IT professionals & says Pakistani commodities can become useful in Britain.
“There was an atmosphere in the chamber worse than any I’ve known in my 22 years in the House,” says speaker.
"This parliament should have the courage to face the electorate. But it won’t," says Geoffrey Cox.
British PM condemns verdict as “wrong” and challenges the main opposition Labour Party and others to a confidence vote.
In a setback for UK PM Boris Johnson, Britain’s Supreme Court ruled that the suspension of parliament was illegal.