Boris Johnson battles to put Brexit deal before UK parliament again

The British government has said its Brexit bill, to implement the new deal negotiated with the EU, will be published on Monday.
Boris Johnson wants a vote in parliament on the agreement itself, but it is not clear whether this will be allowed because of procedural rules.
The House of Commons voted to delay approval for the deal until the accompanying legislation has been passed, to prevent a no-deal departure in the event that laws are not passed in time.
The EU has been taking account of the British request for another Brexit extension. Parliament's lack of approval for the deal by Saturday obliged the prime minister to seek a delay.
Germany's foreign minister said on Monday that a "short, technical extension" could be possible if there were "problems in Britain with the ratification". Heiko Mass said he hoped the House of Commons would show "the necessary responsibility... to achieve an orderly Brexit".
The House of Commons Speaker John Bercow will decide on Monday afternoon whether to allow a vote on the deal. He could refuse it on the grounds that the matter was considered in Saturday's emergency session.
A spokesman for the prime minister said a vote on the deal would be pulled if lawmakers tried to make changes to it.