A UK government statement says the written documents "reflect the ideas the UK has put forward".
The court hearing into the prorogation enters its final day with a submission from ex-PM Sir John Major.
The ex-PM spoke to royal officials about her "raising an eyebrow" at the prospect of independence.
Boris Johnson says an angry exchange with the father of a sick child is "part of my job".
He refuses to say which side he might back in a future referendum under a Labour government.
Judges at the Supreme Court continued to hear arguments over the legality of suspending Parliament.
The government insists "constructive" talks are ongoing after the EU's chief negotiator's remarks.
Jo Swinson vows to "take on" Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage - and says she can be PM.
New recruits, high hopes, Ashdown tributes and a mug-based popularity battle as activists met by the seaside.
He writes to Polish nationals to say they should apply for settled status or consider returning.
The NUJ describes a Facebook post by Ian Paisley about the News Letter's Sam McBride as "unwarranted".
The PM says the EU is "fed up" with endless delays, as the Luxembourg PM chastises him at a press conference.
Five years on from the independence referendum, how have things changed in Scotland?
Adam Price says party should fight to stop the process of leaving the EU in a general election.
Aberconwy candidate Emily Owen says she was drugged and raped in a politically motivated attack.
International Trade Secretary Liz Truss tells a court a promise to halt export licences was broken.
The Lib Dem MP criticises his former leader for "lauding authoritarian regimes".
The paper claims the ex-PM has only ever felt "privileged pain" and reflects on the death of his son.
The former PM claims Boris Johnson did not believe in Brexit during the 2016 referendum campaign.
He was one of 21 MPs who lost the Tory whip after rebelling in a bid to stop a no-deal Brexit.
The home secretary says the "entire machinery of government" is focused on getting a deal with the EU.
The Met found "insufficient evidence" to continue its investigation into the pro-Brexit group.
The Tories "misused" the platform when they changed the headline on a BBC News story, the company says.
The measures could affect the sentencing of murderers of pre-school age children in England and Wales.
Boris Johnson says the UK will leave by the deadline, but he is "cautiously optimistic" of getting a deal.
BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg speaks to the PM after he meets the European Commission president.
The vote on the Queen's Speech will be a test of whether MPs have confidence in the government.
Never mind Brexit, the former PM talks about drug use, gay marriage, and an early brush with royalty.
Could Brexit change the electoral landscape or is another hung parliament on the cards?
Senior party figures have denied reports that red lines on the backstop have been privately shifted.
Jo Swinson makes her debut as leader while party members debate cancelling Brexit.
From finding common ground to knowing when to stop, experts explain how to disagree but not to fall out.
The BBC's Iain Watson looks at the strategy behind the Labour leader's red lines on Remain.
The world press sees Brexit making dramatic changes to Britain's tradition and reputation.
Has there been any progress in the UK's talks in Brussels since Boris Johnson became prime minister?
If there was a general election before the end of the year, are you ready to vote?
When 11 former Labour and Tory MPs became The Independent Group they were full of hope. What happened?
MPs have passed a law to extend the Brexit deadline, but where do the parties stand?
Some UK citizens who live in the EU will be ineligible for free NHS treatment, if there is no deal.
As the prorogation of Parliament began, #BlackRod started trending - but what does the role involve?
The BBC's Iain Watson meets Labour voters in Nottinghamshire wrestling still wrestling with Leave vs Remain.
Can the prime minister shut down Parliament to force a no-deal Brexit?
The Commons Speaker has signalled his imminent departure after a decade of novelty and controversy.
Boris Johnson says he can solve the Irish border Brexit problem
A new law to avoid a no-deal exit has passed - but is no deal still possible?
Iain Watson examines the different pressures facing the PM and opposition as a general election looms.
We ask a top professor what our use of Brexit memes says about us.
As Jo Johnson quits his brother's government, does it ever work out well for relatives on the frontline of politics?
If MPs agree to vote for an early general election, how quickly could it take place?
The BBC looks back at the career of veteran MP Ken Clarke after he was effectively thrown out of the Conservative Party.
A simple guide to how currency is valued and what it means for your finances
A law designed to stop a no-deal Brexit on 31 October has been passed. What are the government's options?
What the polls tell us about support for taking the UK out of the European Union without a deal.
What ways - if any - do MPs and lawyers have of preventing the UK leaving the EU without a deal on 31 October?
What are the rules for removing Tory MPs and which high-profile figures are under threat over Brexit?
You had many questions about the PM's plan to suspend Parliament. Here are some of the answers.
What people really mean when they talk about leaving the EU without a Brexit deal.
Why governments can only continue if they have the confidence of the House of Commons.
From your weekly shop to your holiday plans, how could a no-deal Brexit affect you?
Labour says it will do all it can to stop a no-deal Brexit.
New Prime Minister Boris Johnson will rely on a group of key advisers.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said he talked about it "almost every time" he was interviewed.
Direct rule for Northern Ireland is being talked about - but what would it mean?
How much is the UK expected to pay the EU after Brexit?
With the UK about to get a new prime minister, the prospect of an early election is not far-fetched.
BBC News NI's Jayne McCormack assesses what Number 10's new occupant will mean for NI.
The MP has become the first female leader in the Liberal Democrats' 31-year history.
An account of 10 crucial mistakes, mishaps and misunderstandings that might explain why the UK hasn't left the EU yet.
How is the legal procedure triggered, how long does it take, and what do judges consider before making a ruling?
The roots of the row over Jeremy Corbyn's party and claims of anti-Semitism.
How has the party's position changed since the 2016 EU referendum?
The father and Labour activist said the children's ward was understaffed and the NHS was being destroyed.
In a BBC exclusive, Xavier Bettel says it was never his intention to humiliate Boris Johnson.
The Brexit battle returned to the Supreme Court as judges decide whether the suspension of Parliament is lawful.
Eleven justices, in Britain's highest court, will rule on whether the decision to prorogue Parliament was legal.
Jo Swinson sets out the Lib Dems' stall as the "Stop Brexit" party in her first conference speech as leader.
The prime minister has told the BBC that he thinks the EU is fed up of extending the Brexit deadline for the UK.
German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen is picked for the top EU post after a marathon summit.