No 10 is pushing for a three-day timetable for MPs to scrutinise the legislation, which could make the PM’s deal law.
John Bercow says the plan was put to the Commons on Saturday and it would be “disorderly” to debate it again.
A Kensington Palace source tells the BBC that Prince William thinks Harry is “in a fragile place”.
Legislation is set to change at midnight, leaving Northern Ireland with what critics say would be Europe’s most liberal abortion laws.
Former professional footballers are three and a half times more likely to die of dementia than people of the same age range in the general population, according to new research.
The company also plans to ban plastic glitter from its own-brand Christmas range by December 2020.
Boris Johnson wants “a straight up-and-down vote” as the Commons returns to action two days after its rare Saturday session.
Scottish judges will consider whether he tried to “frustrate” the Benn Act by sending two letters to the EU.
The Duke of Sussex tells ITV he does not want “a repeat of the past” with his wife in the spotlight.
The government insists it will still meet the 31 October deadline, despite sending a letter asking for an extension.