The key legislation is likely to come back to the House of Commons with suggested amendments
Tech giant expanding inquiry after MPs criticize depth of first investigation
Juncker's comment about possible re-accession comes a day after European Council President Donald Tusk said that the bloc's "hearts were still open" if Britain decided to change its mind about leaving the EU.
Voters should be entitled to re-think when details of Brexit are clear, former Labour party head says
"Many believed that the referendum in the United Kingdom (on leaving the EU) was going to be the beginning of the end of the European Union," Federica Mogherini said during a two-day visit to Cuba.
Divorce talks between London and Brussels are set to move on to transition arrangements, trade and security next year as Britain prepares to leave the European Union in March 2019.
MPs want European Court of Justice to rule on whether Brexit can be stopped without all 27 EU member states’ consent
Terms of transition still to be determined as UK prepares to quit EU
Pressure lifted on the embattled leader after she struck a deal with the European Union over Britain's divorce terms last Friday, enabling talks to turn to the country's future trading relationship after months of fraught negotiations.
The leaders of the 27 other member states met without British Prime Minister Theresa May to endorse an interim deal on the terms of the separation, and approve the next stage of discussions.
The EU's decision Friday to move to the next stage of negotiations with Britain was a much-needed success for May, whose leadership has been dogged by doubts since a disastrous snap election in June.
Second phase of negotiations to focus on EU-UK trade relations after Britain leaves bloc in March 2019
East-west clash over migrant issue also casts shadow over day one of summit in EU capital Brussels
Prime Minister Theresa May dealt blow after MPs vote for amendment to Brexit bill on Wednesday
"No deal means that we won't be paying the money," he told the BBC.
EU Commission releases statement saying 'sufficient progress’ has been made
The Vatican sends up white smoke when a new pope is chosen.
Mariano Rajoy says next stage of negotiations should begin quickly
Parliament says not enough progress has been made on citizens' rights and situation of Ireland
Chief negotiator says EU will not close doors to defense cooperation with UK after Brexit, but will set its own conditions
EU Council President Donald Tusk says there is still 'huge challenge' to move Brexit talks to second phase