It comes amid speculation Labour could table a no-confidence motion in the PM.
MPs return from recess. The Government will publish a progress report on restoring devolved government in Northern Ireland - after MPs amended legislation before the summer in a bid to thwart a no-deal Brexit.
That's because under an amendment to legislation forced through by Tory rebels last month, the government is required to make a statement September 4 about progress toward restoring the Northern Ireland Executive, and hold a debate five days later.
She added: "We're very clearly focused as a government that we want to get a deal".
In their petition, the group said the House of Commons had already acknowledged that even a short prorogation, "if suitably timed, would permanently deprive Westminster Parliament of its voice on this most significant of political issues with irreversible consequences". More than 70 Members of Parliament (MPs) backed the challenge.
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The Downing Street source predicts that if a new deal is to be reached, it will be "at the last minute", possibly as late as 17 October, when European Union leaders are due to meet for a scheduled summit in Brussels.
She admitted earlier this year a no-deal Brexit would "do generational damage to our economy and security".
The think tank noted that another route to block no deal - defeating the PM in a no-confidence vote - might not succeed.
The work and pensions secretary revealed she had been "frank" with her former cabinet colleagues who ruled out serving in Mr Johnson's government due to their opposition to a no-deal Brexit.
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In a statement , the USTR indicated that the decision was a "part of USTR's public comment and hearing process". With the latest delay in tariffs, once again there were renewed hopes in markets of a resolution to the U.S.
Some MPs are working to prevent Johnson from calling a general election before October 31 to force through a no-deal Brexit, according to a strategy memo seen by Bloomberg and reported by the Times newspaper.
Judge Lord Raymond Doherty agreed to expedite the timetable for the legal challenge to take place, setting the date for the substantive hearing as Friday September 6.
Numerous pro-EU MPs who are bringing backing the case are the same MPs who won the case at the European Court of Justice to allow the United Kingdom to evoke Article 50 at any time and remain in the EU without the permission of the other 27 member states.
A no-deal Brexit would hurt Britain more than the rest of Europe, outgoing European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in remarks published on Saturday.
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