'The bill is now law and confirms our departure from the EU on January 31,' Brexit secretary Steve Barclay tweeted.
In comments reported by Politico, Stefaan de Rynck said the next phase of the UK's departure from the EU will be more complicated.
Lord Hamilton of Epsom said the Government has a “great feeling of relief” following the result of the General Election.
Antony Hook said the banner would 'send a strong message to the world that we still love Europe'.
Anti-Brexit activist Steve Bray was filmed being chased and attacked outside the House of Commons.
Guy Verhofstadt said he had been assured by the UK Government that people who fail to apply for settled status will be permitted to continue living in the UK.
Downing Street has U-turned on its calls for a fundraising campaign set up so Big Ben can chime on Brexit Day.
Nigel Farage reportedly can't get permission to launch fireworks from the River Thames to mark Britain's departure from the EU on 31 January.
'We should have been bold enough to defend free movement and the opportunities and benefits that it brings,' said the leadership hopeful.
A total of 49% of people believe the bells should stay silent, compared with just 37% who want them to ring out.
In a letter to Scotland's first minister, the PM said: “I cannot agree to any request for a transfer of power that would lead to further independence referendums.”
Boris Johnson says the government is working on a way for Big Ben to ring out just before Britain leaves the EU.