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Suella Braverman calls fellow female MP 'emotional' during Brexit bill rowBraverman's response was branded ‘pathetic' by the shadow justice secretary, David Lammy.

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Suella Braverman calls fellow female MP 'emotional' during row over Brexit billThe attorney general, Suella Braverman, has come under fire for calling a fellow female MP 'emotional' - a term often considered misogynistic - during an exchange on the internal market bill.

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No to chlorinated chickenOne hundred people swayed the vote saying no to the import of US chlorinated chicken into UK markets.

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Centre celebrates online conference successThe Centre for Brexit Studies at Birmingham City University are celebrating the success of their third Annual Conference, which took place online due to the ongoing pandemic.

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Will a Second Covid-19 Lockdown Coincide with a 'No Deal' Brexit?When I last posted an article about Brexit in May I discussed how the convergence of a possible world trade organisation scenario with the EU and the Covid-19 lockdown measures would serve to exacerbate the economic strain that the UK is currently being subjected to.

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Gove Placing Brexit Border Around KentAs part of Michael Gove's brexit preparations, lorries will not be permitted to drive into Kent unless they've completed bureaucracy on a computer system that does not yet exist or work.

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EU tries to stop relying on City of London after BrexitBrussels fears that London could pose a threat to its ability to set financial rules and regulations after Brexit.

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Left Out. Gabriel Pogrund and Patrick Maguire. A Review from the Left.Left Out: The Inside Story of Labour Under Corbyn by Gabriel Pogrund and Patrick Maguire Bodley Head.

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The Internal Market Bill: My evidence to the House of Lords Constitution CommitteeI was pleased to be invited to give evidence earlier this week to the House of Lords Constitution Committee on the constitutional issues arising from the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill.

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Why UK law must prevail over the EU Withdrawal AgreementThe United Kingdom's Internal Market is part of our Constitution. A single unified internal market is a key block in the constitutional foundations of the United Kingdom.

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Brexit: Lack of safety rules plan may halt Channel trainsThe latest French news and information explained in English with help guides for residents and second homeowners in France.

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Huge price hikes for halloumi and prosciutto in no-deal BrexitA report for Arla by the LSE warned prices for continental cheese and meats would soar while availability would plummet unless the government secured a trade deal.

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Rising to the EU Border challengeThose that work in logistics are experts in solving problem. Whether it is weather delays, strikes or customs controls, these are all situations which can cause delays to the transport of goods.

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Cambridge Faculty of Law Webinar Series on EU Relations LawThe end of the Brexit transition period is rapidly approaching. Monckton Chambers is delighted to be collaborating with the University of Cambridge to deliver a five-part webinar series on EU Relations Law across October  December, exploring all aspects of this new legal relationship between the UK and EU.

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Wall Street's Penchant for London Remains Even as Brexit LoomsWall Street's big banks may have started shifting some assets from the U.K., but their European Union operations have a way to go before they can match those in the City of London. Shared .

Comece head sees danger in Brexit planCardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich, head of the bishops' conferences in the European Union , sees danger in the British plan to break its Brexit treaty with the EU and predicts Mass attendance and other Catholic activities will decline once the coronavirus pandemic has receded.

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Concern some goods could double in price with BrexitThe Irish Road Haulage Association is warning trade will be "severely upset" because of Brexit and the price of some goods could double in price. Shared .

No-deal Brexit and Covid put Yorkshire businesses in 'moment of peril', says Ed MilibandBusinesses in Yorkshire and across the country are in a "moment of peril", it has been warned, as the threat of a no-deal Brexit and the implications of a second wave of coronavirus loom over the economy.

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EU announces 'urgent' overhaul as bloc loses access to UK after BrexitBRUSSELS today announced an 'urgent' overhaul of its financial markets to safeguard the bloc from Brexit. Shared .

Ireland chaos: Brexit panic as Dublin leaders hit by coronavirusTHE danger to Ireland if the UK severs ties with the EU at the end of the year without a trade deal in place was stressed by the country's foreign minister Simon Coveney during a meeting with Northern Irish political leaders. Shared .

Controversial Brexit bill passes latest stage in UK parliament despite concernsThe Internal Market Bill passed its last hurdle in the House of Commons. - Copyright Alberto Pezzali / Associated Press A controversial Brexit bill that could override parts of the Withdrawal Agreement signed with the EU has passed its latest stage in the UK's House of Commons after a compromise was struck with Conservative MPs.

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Only a third of UK firms have completed Brexit risk assessmentsJust over a third of UK companies have completed a Brexit risk assessment this year, as businesses scramble to prepare for the end of the transition period in 98 days.

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Brexit HubCMI BREXIT HUB Your go-to resource for managing and leading through Brexit As Britain enters the post-Brexit transition period, managers and Continued.

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Police chief warns of outstanding funding issues as Brexit deadline approachesThe Brexit finishing line is approaching quickly with outstanding funding issues remaining, the PSNI chief constable has warned.

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Brexit and coronavirus spur EU to deepen capital marketThe European Union on Thursday presented plans to expand and bolster its capital market to help reboot companies hit by the coronavirus and reduce the bloc's reliance on the City of London after Brexit.

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New Brexit checks at NI ports will not be ready on time, official confirmsNew checking facilities for goods arriving in Northern Ireland from Great Britain will not be ready for the end of the Brexit transition period, a senior official has confirmed.

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Brexit news: Boris Johnson told to call EU's bluff over legal threat in trade deal rowBORIS JOHNSON has been advised to call the EU's bluff over the Brexit bill row by a trade expert. Shared .

Brexit: Labour 'unpatriotic' for opposing breach of international law, government claimsAttorney general accuse of betraying defenders of the rule of law.

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Brexit news: Liverpool port could be perfect solution to Kent border crisisMICHAEL Gove has been offered a solution to his warning that more than 7,000 trucks could be left queuing for up to two days in Kent after the transition period ends. Shared .

How will companies handle exports post-Brexit?The UK Government revealed 'bounce back' plans earlier this month, designed to help retailers recover from the pandemic and navigate the difficult months ahead, with a heavy emphasis on use of e-commerce and international exports.

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Brexit: 'Pointless' Kent Access Permits a 'tick box exercise', industry body claimsThe Road Haulage Association says the measure, which is designed to avoid gridlock in the county post-Brexit, will be ineffective.

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Stormont Live: Chief constable briefed MLAs on BrexitDepartment officials briefed the Public Accounts Committee on the LandWeb Project and Digital Transformation.

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The battered North East firms not ready for BrexitIt's the part of the UK that is most reliant on EU exports. So why are businesses there so underprepared?

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Brexit: Seven things changing in January and others that remain unresolvedThe UK's future relationship with the EU remains uncertain - but some things will be different in 2021.

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Brexit fishing breakthrough: Canada's turbot WAR with EU sets example for BritainBRITAIN should follow the example of Canada and stand up to the EU in the same way Ottawa did during the Turbot war in the Nineties, unearthed reports suggest. Shared .

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JP Morgan switches €200bn to Germany before Brexit falloutJP Morgan is transferring about €200 billion from Britain to Germany as it prepares for Brexit, it was reported yesterday.

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Children in care and modern slavery victims 'could lose right to live in UK after Brexit'Members of the Roma community and other vulnerable people could also be at risk of becoming irregular migrants if they do not know they need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to secure their immigration status in the country after freedom of movement ends, a report from the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford said.

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William McIntosh of Brodies on how Brexit may actually be fuelling inward investment for ScotlandDespite the shadow of Covid-19 dominating much of 2020, and the uncertainty of what Brexit will bring at the end of the year, Scotland's deals are continuing to become more international.

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How does Brexit affect people wanting to buy property in Spain?It’s time to talk about Brexit. The COVID-19 pandemic has been all that we have been thinking about since March, but as we enter the final quarter of 2020, the end of the transition period for the UK to leave Europe is fast approaching and things are going to change.

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Life NewscasticAdam is joined by Professor Jim Al-Khalili from BBC Radio 4's The Life Scientific to talk about his recent interviews with Neil Ferguson and Sarah Gilbert.

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Beeswax Dyson moves into research ahead of Brexit uncertaintyBritain's biggest farmer, Beeswax Dyson Farming, is moving into independent research amid uncertain times over Brexit and climate change, keen to put growers in charge of this key area.

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POLITICO Brussels Playbook: Second wave realities a€” Names, posts, power a€” Border BrexitFlorian Eder’s must-read briefing on what's driving the day in Brussels.


Haulage firms blame government after Brexit warning of 7,000 lorry queues in KentThe road haulage industry has reacted angrily to a warning from the government that there could be queues of 7,000 lorries in Kent, if companies fail to prepare for customs changes at the end of the Brexit transition period.

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JP Morgan to move £183bn from UK to Frankfurt in No Deal Brexit blowJamie Dimon, JP Morgan's long-standing chief executive , has been consistently pessimistic about the UK's prospects post-Brexit.

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JPMorgan will move $230 billion in assets to Germany ahead of BrexitAs a result of Britain's exit from the European Union , JPMorgan Chase and Co.

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Brexit: Truckers' permit to enter Kent announced by Michael GoveLorry drivers carrying goods for export to Europe through Kent after the Brexit transition period ends, will need to have a permit or face police action, a senior minister has told MPs.

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The Guardian view on new Brexit borders: the price of political fraudEditorial: What the government calls a ‘worst-case scenario' is a direct consequence of choices made by Boris Johnson last year.

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UK satisfied EU won't block food exports after BrexitResolution removes a significant source of bad blood in Brexit talks.

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Brexit news: French mayor EXTREMELY worried about no dealFRANCE is staring down the barrel of a fishing catastrophe if the European Union fails to reach a Brexit trade deal with the UK, a leading French official has warned. Shared .

Lockdown as UK faces realityA of BrexitWe'd been counting on Brexit to cheer us up'

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Brexit news: Ann Widdecombe explodes in fiery Brexit debate with Remainer FemiANN WIDDECOMBE launched a scathing attack against Remainer Femi Oluwole as the pair clashed in an explosive Brexit debate. Shared .

Thanks a lot, GeordieA mate who thought I’d enjoy it sent me this Private Eye cover this morning.

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Brexit news: Spain finally admits devastating no deal risk and is needs Gibraltar dealSPAIN has finally admitted the huge damage a no deal Brexit would do to the economy, amid fears its crucial relationship with Gibraltar could be at risk if there is no trade agreement between the UK and EU. Shared .

Brexit: UK on trajectory for no-deal, says Stormont junior ministerStormont junior minister Declan Kearney says Westminster has set a course to "crash out" of the EU.

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UK cancels budget as coronavirus cases riseChancellor Rishi Sunak will update the House of Commons on his plans to support jobs.

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Britain must embrace post-Brexit trade with the Middle EastThe adjective "historic" is almost routinely over-used in politics and international affairs. However, this week we have witnessed developments that look likely to deserve that accolade, with the signing of the Abraham Accords by Israel, the UAE and Bahrain in Washington DC.

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Many firms 'have not considered Brexit effect'Only half of UK firms that trade internationally have considered the impact of Brexit on their business, says the British Chambers of Commerce.

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Portsmouth port rushes to hit 'challenging' deadlines for no-deal Brexit preparationsTHE city's port is rushing to meet tough deadlines ahead of Britain's transition period out of the European Union coming to an end.

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Brexit chaos: Govt warns of 7,000 truck-long queues to cross channel post-brexitBulgaria protests: Thousands urge Borissov government to resign on Independence day ️Malta corruption arrest: Top adviser to former PM arrested over "Golden passport' scheme ️ New Coronavirus measures: Eager to avoid another lockdown, nations give new rules amid case spike ️ UK cases surge: New measures announced as highest daily figure...

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Johnson is struggling with the politics of Covid, but it's dangerous to write him offIf he can appear to achieve a last-minute Brexit victory, this shabby prime minister could well enjoy renewed confidence, says Guardian columnist Martin Kettle.

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'My bank is shutting my account because of Brexit'Thousands of British expats living in the EU have been told their bank accounts are being closed.

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Editorial: No-deal Brexit will be worse than we fearedEditorial: The benefits of leaving the EU are at best remote. The timing of this couldn't be worse.

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Michel Barnier's Brexit nightmare: EU Parliament to spark chaos for Brussels in trade rowMICHEL BARNIER is under increasing pressure to satisfy both EU member states and Parliament as Brexit trade rows unfold. Shared .

'Profound antagonism' will follow 'no deal' on post-Brexit trade, thinktank warnsThe collapse of trade talks this year will lead to “a period of profound antagonism” between the EU and UK, Professor Anand Menon, director of the UK in a Changing Europe academic thinktank, has warned. Shared .

Has Boris taken two steps forward a€“ then three steps back on Brexit?IT WAS BRAVE of the Prime Minister to bring forward the Internal Market Bill. In doing so he effectively confessed that the Withdrawal Agreement and, if implemented, its Northern Irish Protocol would result in the annexation of Northern Ireland.

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Brexit news: John Major's startling confessionJOHN MAJOR made a startling confession about the signing of the Maastricht Treaty, unearthed reports reveal. Shared .

UK minister: Avoiding post-Brexit border chaos is in France's handsIn a letter to trade bodies, Michael Gove said border delays could stretch to 2 days.

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Brexit news: Barnier says Boris' hardline tactics created 'opening' for Brexit dealHOPES of a Brexit deal are increasing after EU negotiators claimed the PM's hardline tactics had helped unblock the trade talks. Shared .

There's Been a Murder!For me, one of the interesting things to come out of the Covid 19 lockdown has been the growth of narrowcasting.

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What Will Cause Brexit Food Price Increases?With the hard brexit looming, I take a look at what it is that will cause food prices in the UK to increase, extending food poverty in Britain even further.

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LIVEMichael Gove gives statement on the Brexit transition period after warning of queues of 7,000 trucks after it ends.

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Ann Widdecombe flounders over question about Brexit tradeFormer Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe has struggled to name a single country which does not have a trade deal with a country within 2,000 miles - reflecting the UK's current situation.

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Budget cancelled as Boris Johnson warned UK faces 'winter of discontent'Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later? Start your Independent Premium subscription today.

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Scotland and Wales are being treated as bystanders in a Brexit that doesn't work for themBrexit could leave key sectors struggling and the devolved administrations have little power to do anything about it.

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Brexit: Michael Gove reveals 'worst case scenario'Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove tells the House of Commons what the government is preparing for.

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With echoes of Brexit, Swiss set to vote on immigrationZurich, SwitzerlandSwiss voters will decide on Sunday whether to tear up a pact with the European Union on the free movement of people, after a referendum campaign that exposed rifts in society over foreigners who make up a quarter of the population.

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No-deal Brexit will cost UK more than Covid, report findsAnalysis by the London School of Economics and UK in a Changing Europe says "a no-deal Brexit would represent a further major shock to a UK economy" with a "major set of changes" to the economic relationship with the country's largest trading partner.

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U.K. Starts Weighing Post-Brexit Regulation of Foreign BanksWith just a few months to go before Brexit takes effect, the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority started a consultation to look at the regulation of foreign banks. Shared .

Politics latest news:A Last-minute Brexit deal could be followed by 'one or two year implementation period'AA deal could be struck much closer to the end of transition than early October, and ratification pushed into next year through another "implementation period", MPs have been told.

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UPDATE 1-New lockdown measures and no-deal Brexit risks depress SterlingSterling extended its losses against the dollar and euro on Wednesday, and is having its worst month in four years as new coronavirus lockdown measures, the looming risk of a no-deal Brexit and talk of negative rates weigh on the currency.

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Brexit: 'Safe operation' of Channel Tunnel in doubt from January, MPs warnFrance could ‘take unilateral action to regain control of its section of the Tunnel' if there are disputes.

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The Golden Rule of BrexitSimon Usherwood, Professor in Politics at the University of Surrey and Former Deputy Director of UK in a Changing Europe, explains why 'treating others how you wish to be treated' has proved a challenge for the UK during the Brexit negotiations.

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UK Government consults on Carbon Emissions TaxFollowing the end of the implementation period, the UK will no longer participate in the European Union Emissions Trading System.

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Ministers accused of trying to shift blame over potential Brexit border chaosThey accused Michael Gove, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster who is responsible for no-deal planning, of attempting to "shift blame" for the possible impact of no trade deal being agreed with the EU.

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Brexit: can the UK use NATO to get closer to EU defenceDirector Anand Menon responds to the question asked by House of Lords EU Security and Justice Sub-Committee about whether NATO can be used as a cover for the UK to get closer to EU defence / security policy.

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EXCLUSIVE: Immigrants Coming To UK Will Now Be Known as Expats, Just Like Brits Abroad.In a shock move sure to upset the anti-immigration brigade, The Noos can exclusively reveal that immigrants coming to the UK will now be known as and referred to as expats, just like British citizens when they move to live abroad.

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Brexit no-deal: how will it impact defence and security?Director Anand Menon explains how a no deal Brexit will impact defence and security relations as part of giving evidence to the House of Lords EU Security and Justice our NEW report 'What would no deal mean?

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7,000 trucks could be stuck at Dover for two days after Brexit transitionCabinet Office Minister Michael Gove warns that the biggest potential cause of disruption are traders not being ready for EU border controls.

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100 Days to Go: Transport Firm Makes Brexit SimpleWith 100 days to go until the end of the transition period, one leading UK transport firm is reporting a threefold increase in visitors to its customs webpages, as businesses who have to import and export search for solutions on the new customs process post-Brexit.

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EU's Barnier: We remain determined to strike a Brexit dealResponding to a question about the odds of a much-awaited Brexit breakthrough, the European Union.

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Brexit talks: Boris Johnson is fighting for the right to ‘be more French'The PM is keen to hand out millions to favoured tech firms. What would Margaret Thatcher say?

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No-deal Brexit won't be bed of roses for florists, says MSPMrs Ross, who owns the Rustic and Roses floral studio in Dufftown, wrote highlighting a range of concerns that could lead from a no-deal Brexit.

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Ireland Brexit panic: Country gives a‚¬9,000 grants to businesses as Varadkar issues warningLEO VARADKAR has issued a stark warning to businesses in Ireland to brace for Brexit as the UK quits the European Union at the end of the year. Shared .

JP Morgan ‘to move €200bn assets from the UK to Germany' due to BrexitThe US banking giant plans to finish the migration of the assets to a Frankfurt-based subsidiary by the end of this year, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

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Brexit Satellite Scheme Formally AbandonedThe plan from two years ago for the UK to abandon the EU's Galileo GPS scheme and run our own, completely paid for by ourselves, has now been formally abandoned by the government as a hopeless cause.

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Get ready for Brexit or face 7,000-truck queues in Kent, hauliers toldMichael Gove has written to hauliers to warn that if they do not prepare now for Brexit they could face queues of up to 7,000 trucks in Kent, confirming internal cabinet analysis of the potential disruption caused by the UK's departure from the single market in January.

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Brexit: Tory government defeated in the Lords over 'low-quality food' standardsPeers backed a change to the Agriculture Bill which would write food standards protections into law - something the government claims isn't needed because it's already protected.

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Brexit news: Dominic Raab hits back at Nancy Pelosi threat to derail UK US trade dealDOMINIC RAAB has fired a dig at the European Union for refusing to guarantee that no infrastructure will be erected on the border of Northern Ireland in line with the Good Friday Agreement. Shared .

SNP news: Commons erupts in laughter as SNP MP prompts instant Gove responseAN SNP MP's long-winded anti-Brexit rant set off the House of Commons into peels of laughter before Michael Gove quickly responded. Shared .

BREXIT: EU remains ‘intransigent' over trade dealThe EU remains ‘intransigent' on issues such as fisheries and is using the granting of third country status for animal products as a negotiating tactic, George Eustice, secretary of state for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has told a Government committee. Shared .

'Border' to be set up inside KentTruckers seeking to cross the Channel after Brexit will need a pass to get into Kent, with police enforcing the policy.

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UK minister: Avoiding post-Brexit border chaos is in France's handsIn a letter to trade bodies, Michael Gove said border delays could stretch to 2 days.


What would a no deal Brexit mean for the UK?To mark the release of our NEW report, Professor Catherine Barnard discusses what a no trade deal Brexit would mean for the UK.

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JPMorgan to 'move €200 billion assets to Germany' due to BrexitJPMorgan Chase and Co plans to move €200 billion worth of assets to Germany as a result of Brexit, it has been reported.

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No-deal Brexit is in nobody's interest: GoveA no-deal Brexit is in nobody's interest, British Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove said on Wednesday.

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Opinion: is the UK moving towards government by decree?Covid, Brexit, terrorism: the FT's legal commentator David Allen Green offers a guided tour of the justifications and history behind legislation by decree.

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Brexit vindication: Theo Paphitis mocked 'failed EU experiment' amid exit voteBREXIT supporter and former 'Dragons' Den' star Theo Paphitis launched a stunning attack on the 'failed EU experiment' as he demanded the public seek to leave the bloc, unearthed accounts reveal. Shared .

Brexit: Police to turn UK truckers away from Kent unless they have a 'passport'Michael Gove has confirmed police will enforce the 'Kent Access Permit' - which effectively creates a border between Kent and the rest of the UK - to avoid lorry chaos.

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Brexit news: Gove issues urgent warning as businesses NEED to prepare for no dealMICHAEL GOVE has urged businesses to prepare for the end of the transition period, including a no deal Brexit, during a speech in the House of Commons after releasing the details of a reasonable worst case scenario. Shared .

With echoes of Brexit, Swiss set to vote on immigrationSwiss voters will decide on Sunday whether to tear up a pact with the European Union on the free movement of people, after a referendum campaign that exposed rifts in society over foreigners who make up a quarter of the population.

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Video: Government survey finds only 24% of businesses are ready for BrexitThere will be 'much wider disruption' if businesses continue to be unaware of what they should be doing.

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UK politics live: Gove says 'many' firms not preparing for end of Brexit transitionThe latest updates as the prime minister and Labour leader clash in the wake of new COVID-19 measures being announced.

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UK facing winter of discontent over Covid-19 and no-deal Brexit, warns SNPBoris Johnson risks leading Britain into a "winter of discontent" given impending Covid-19 and Brexit turmoil, the SNP's Westminster leader has claimed.

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Many UK firms not ready for end of Brexit transition, minister saysMany British firms have not taken all the necessary steps to be ready for the end of the Brexit transition period on Dec.

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Post-Brexit secrecy could limit information rights, warns watchdogScotland's information watchdog has urged MSPs to rethink secrecy rules being proposed for a new post-Brexit environmental body.

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Brexit: 'no deal is still a big deal'Anand Menon, director of the UK in a Changing Europe, explains how a no deal Brexit will impact the UK.

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Five ways businesses can prepare for BrexitMichael Gove and trade experts have urged firms to concentrate on preparing for Brexit to keep supply chains fluid on Jan 1.

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Brexit: Michael Gove letter warns of 'queues of 7,000' trucks after transition period endsThe leaked document says the disruption could last up to three months as as alternative routes are sought.

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Revealed  where brokers chose to put business ahead of Brexit"Brokers have worked hard to ensure that they are prepared for Brexit. Our members have taken prudent and positive steps to ensure that they have 'reverse branches' in place to be in a position to continue to support their clients in the EU," said LIIBA CEO Christopher Croft.

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Another six monthsPubs, restaurants and bars are to close at 10pm, and people are told to work from home if they can again in new measures announced today by the prime minister.

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Brexit letter warns of 7,000-truck queues in KentExporters to the EU face 7,000-truck-long queues in Kent and two-day delays to trade after the Brexit transition period ends, the government has warned.

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No-deal Brexit could hit UK economy harder than Covid in long term, says think-tank UK in a Changing EuropeFailure to reach an agreement with the EU in post-Brexit trade talks could hit Britain's economy three times harder in the long term than coronavirus, a think tank has warned.

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Government defeated in Lords over post-Brexit food standardsAmendment means products imported under future trade deals must meet domestic standards.

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Brexit failure could hit UK economy three times harder than CoronavirusQueues at the border, shortages are also possible according to a new report - as Dover's Brexit chief warned ministers they're running out of time to fund border infrastructure.

Mirror Shared .

Preparing for Brexit: How Merchant of Record Services Can HelpAs you seek ways to mitigate potential issues post-Brexit, what solutions have you considered? Having a 3P Merchant of Record solves many problems.

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EU news: Shock member state set to leave bloc after Brexit over ignored issue exposedA BREXITEER has predicted one surprising nation will push to leave the EU after Brexit due to frustration with the bloc. Shared .

Brexit: are you prepared?As the 11-month transition period draws to a close here are the immediate actions businesses need to take in readiness of Brexit.

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Brexit news: Macron orders EU to fuel Tory civil war in plot to force Boris to scrap planFRANCE will use the threat of a no-deal Brexit to pressure MPs into opposing Boris Johnson's plans to rip up the Withdrawal Agreement. Shared .

Brexit bill moves on despite MPs' concernsThe Internal Market Bill's powers to override the Brexit divorce deal have prompted a row with the EU.

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Brexit news: IDS MOCKS Michel Barnier's 'hollow threat' in furious Brexit Britain speechBREXITEER Iain Duncan Smith snapped at Michel Barnier for his 'hollow threat' against the UK. Shared .

Brexit Britain should follow former deep sea rival as fishing model when EU ties CUTBRITAIN should learn from Iceland when it comes to taking back control of its fishing waters after Brexit, according to Grimsby MP Lia Nici. Shared .

Revolut Moves Business Customers to Lithuania Ahead of BrexitRevolut is shifting business customers in Central and Eastern Europe s from its London-based entity to Lithuania as it prepares for Britain's exit from the European Union.

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U.K. Warns of 7,000-Truck Line in Worst-Case Brexit ScenarioThe U.K. government is warning of 7,000 truck-long queues in Kent in a "reasonable worst case" scenario due to Brexit, a stark assessment of the potential chaos when Britain leaves the European Union's single market and customs union at the end of the year. Shared .

Brexit news: Bill Cash warns Remainer parties of hindering Britain with Bill plotBREXITEER Sir Bill Cash defended the Internal Market Bill and insisted opposition parties should not attempt to block it. Shared .

Brexit: Queues in Kent could be 7,000 trucks long and last days, Michael Gove says in leaked no-deal planMr Gove has written to logistics companies to warn that cargo travelling to France could be severely delayed.

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'I see no way of an agreement being signed': Brexit cliff-edge looms in 100 daysSeven investors reveal their thoughts on Brexit negotiations as the end of the transition period nears #brexit.

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Peers inflict defeat over government over post-Brexit farming standardsThe government has been defeated by peers demanding a ban on the use of pesticides in its flagship Agriculture Bill for farming standards.

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From lockdowns to Brexit, the U.K. economy is heading toward a rough winterPrime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday new restrictions to help control the aggressive rise of coronavirus infections, as Bank of England governor...

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Brexit news: Redwood dismantles Remainers' Brexit fears in brilliant no deal argumentBREXITEER John Redwood dismissed concerns of Remainers with one crucial point. Shared .

Britain must get serious on Brexit talks, German EU presidency saysBritain needs to take negotiations more seriously with the European Union if London wants a deal on future trade ties after Brexit, Germany said on Tuesday.

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7,000 trucks could face two-day Brexit delays at Dover, Gove warnsLeaked letter from Michael Gove to trade bodies warns of post-Brexit queues at Dover, potentially worsened by a winter spike in Covid-19.

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Germany tells UK to 'stop playing games' on BrexitGermany has told Britain that its threat to break international law when it leaves the Customs Union next year is unacceptable.

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Brexit breakthrough: EU official makes huge ‘window of opportunity' admissionBREXIT negotiators have spotted a 'window of opportunity' in stalled trade talks between Britain and the EU, according to Brussels insiders. Shared .

Bank Accounts Closing Due to BrexitTens of thousands of Britons living in the EU have received notice that their bank account are to close when brexit begins at the end of the year, with many more potentially seeing the same thing happen.

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Farage dodges questions over suspicious Brexit Party donorNigel Farage has refused to answer questions about a high-flying Brexit Party donor with two separate identities.

The New European Shared .

MPs back Government compromise on bill that overrides Brexit dealBoris Johnson's controversial Brexit legislation enabling the UK to break international law has cleared a major Commons hurdle after MPs backed a Government compromise.

Evening Standard Shared .

How will UK tariffs affect food prices after Brexit?We look at how proposed tariffs may impact the food industry, and how independent retailers can prepare for an increase in food prices.

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What's the deal with cross-border data transfers after Brexit?Recent developments in EU data protection have created great uncertainty for businesses in relation to cross-border data transfers, according to Tim Hickman, partner at White and Case LLP How will cross-border data transfers be impacted by the outcome of Brexit negotiations?

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HMRC urges VAT-registered businesses to prepare for Brexit trading changesHMRC has written to VAT-registered businesses that trade with the EU outlining how they should prepare for Brexit trading changes set to take effect from 2021.

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'Cutting it tight': Dover port still awaiting Brexit infrastructure fundsHead of EU exit at the port says money needs to be ‘issued rather than talked about'

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MPs back Government compromise on controversial powers to override Brexit dealBoris Johnson's controversial Brexit legislation enabling the UK to break international law has cleared a major Commons hurdle after MPs backed a Government compromise.

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EU to UK: stop playing 'games' with Brexit trade talksThe European Union is asking Britain to stop playing "games" as time is running out to clinch a free trade deal over the next month.

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EU's Barnier to talk Brexit in London on WednesdayEU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier is due in London on Wednesday for informal Brexit talks, BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg said on Twitter, citing EU sources.

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That UK-Japan trade triumph celebratedFrom our man in Japan Congratulations to Britain on winning its first post-Brexit trade deal — and with mighty Japan, no less.

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European Commission to assume a no-deal Brexit with the UK in its forecastEuropean Commission is said to use a 'no-deal' Brexit scenario as the basis to prepare its autumn forecast, Spanish media outlet - elEconomista reported, citing community sources.

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U.K. Must ‘Stop the Games' on Brexit, German Diplomat SaysGermany's Deputy Foreign Minister Michael Roth slammed the U.K.'s strategy in Brexit talks, saying that the lack of progress is disappointing and that a recent bill that seeks to override parts of the divorce agreement is unacceptable. Shared .

British Banks Close U.K. Accounts of Expats as Brexit NearsThe U.K. bank accounts of thousands of British nationals living in the European Union will be closed by the end of the year as the country nears its exit from the bloc. Shared .

"British-style" rules for banks after Brexit, says BoEBritain will adopt tough but less bureaucratic financial rules after Brexit, starting with simpler regulation of small banks, Bank of England Deputy Governor Sam Woods said on Tuesday.

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EU-UK Brexit Talks Challenging; EU Has Full SupportAlliance News) - Ireland's Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney said the EU-UK Brexit negotiations have been challenging in recent weeks and that the EU has his full support.

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Brexit news: EU backs down from trade talks threatBORIS JOHNSON has won a major battle against the European Union after Brussels backed down over a threat to walk away from post-Brexit trade talks, consequently ignoring a furious plea from Emmanuel Macron to take legal action against Britain. Shared .

Sept 22 round-up: 10pm closure for pubs and restaurants; Brexit talks 'challenging'; Lennon's killer apologisesHere are the headlines on Tuesday, September 22 Pubs and restaurants to close at 10pm in England Pubs, bars and restaurants in England will be ordered to close by 10pm each night from Thursday under tough restrictions to be announced by Boris Johnson to try to curb the rapid rise in coronavirus cases.

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Brexit panic: UK warned 'US is IRISH' and no trade deal to thwart EU nation will be madeBREXIT negotiators were warned that the 'US is Irish' and that any future trade deals between Washington and the UK would not 'thwart Ireland or the EU', unearthed accounts reveal. Shared .

Starmer's Labour Brexit Strategy EmergingWe've left the EU, there's no quick way of reversing brexit now. It also remains a deeply divisive issue in the UK.

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100 Days Until the End of the Brexit TransitionDespite active negotiations, the the precise future for aircraft parts manufactured under UK CAA production approval or maintained under UK CAA maintenance approval remains a little unclear.

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Buckland defends controversial Brexit legislation amid law-breaking fearsThe Justice Secretary has "no qualms" with Government plans to override the Brexit divorce deal, despite warnings he is failing to uphold the rule of law.

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Brits fear food system won't cope with new Covid surge and BrexitToday a poll from YouGov showed 66% of people were concerned and less than half were confident the food and farming system was prepared for a second wave of Covid-19 or a future pandemic.

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Brexit Internal Market Bill: Theresa May to defy Boris JohnsonTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video. Shared .

Theresa May issues ferocious Brexit attack on 'reckless and irresponsible' Boris JohnsonThe former Prime Minister delivered a stinging rebuke to her successor in the House of Commons for wanting to break international law - fuming: 'So much for global Britain'

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Brexit news: EU chief rejects renegotiationThe European Union will not renegotiate the Brexit divorce deal after a fiery row over its terms with Boris Johnson. Shared .

EU: Clearing houses get 18 months time to reduce the UK exposuresThe European Commission revealed on Monday that the financial markets participants have 18 months time to reduce their exposure to the UK central counterparties in order to enhance financial stability in the Brexit aftermatch.

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Tony Blair: 'We're going to control this disease and live with it' I FTAt the FT Weekend Festival 2020, the former UK prime minister talks about the global technological revolution, leadership, Brexit and where we go from here with Covid-19.

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Varadkar notes strong solidarity from EU ministers on Irish Brexit concernsTánaiste concerned that extremists using pandemic to rally support for conspiracy theories.

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EU panic: Commission in desperate plea as Brexit deadline loomsBREXIT negotiators have been warned to get a move on as time to strike a trade deal before next month's deadline is rapidly running out. Shared .

Brexit news: Northern Ireland united in outrage at Boris Johnson's Brexit planNORTHERN IRELAND is united in outrage at Boris Johnson's Brexit plan, with both Unionists and Republicans 'angry' at the Prime Minister. Shared .

Been here be 4The UK's coronavirus alert level is being upgraded from 3 to 4. Adam, Laura, Chris and Fergus talk through what it means for the country.

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Brexit news: Leaver lashes out at 'intransigent' EU avoiding profitable trade dealBREXITEER MP Tom Hunt furiously snapped at the EU for its behaviour during the trade deal talks with the UK. Shared .

Theresa May insists she will not vote for UK Internal Market BillTheresa May has insisted that she will not vote for the UK Internal Market Bill - a controversial Brexit legislation which could see the country break international law.

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Theresa May says 'reckless' Brexit bill risks UK's reputationShe described the plans as "reckless" and "irresponsible" and said they "risked the integrity of the United Kingdom", as they would not only tarnish Britain's reputation globally as an upholder of the law but could contribute to a reunited Ireland.

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Rebuttal: Internal Problems with the Market BillWhy Johnson's compromise doesn't represent a climbdown to the EU - and why it's Europe, not Britain, that's in breach of treaty obligations.

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Rebuttal: Fishy StoriesThe EU has recently floated that the UK might ‘surrender control over Channel Islands fishing’. It’s true that limited numbers of French fishermen will continue to operate in the Channel Islands’ waters, as the islands decide their own fisheries policy. Guernsey had banned French boats from fishing in February, after the...

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The Costs of Offshore Wind Power: Blindness and InsightIn this important contribution to our series on post-Brexit Britain Professor Gordon Hughes and Dr John Constable take on the entire green energy movement in arguing that the widespread view about the falling costs of renewable energy is wrong.

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This government is out of touch and totally incompetent.I won’t say I was astonished by Jacob Rees-Mogg’s saying that people should stop complaining about the shortage of coronavirus tests and everyone should be praising the system instead as a ‘phenomenal success’.

Eat, Sleep, Blog, Repeat Shared .

Circus owners: 'Brexit is going to be a big problem, but circuses thrive in a recession'With many circuses sustained by performers and backstage crew from outside the UK, Brexit is a cause for concern.

The Stage Shared .

Thousands of Britons living in EU told their UK bank accounts will be closedLloyds and Barclays among banks taking action due to lack of post-Brexit trade deal.

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UK minister: Hopefully we will never have to use Brexit treaty busting powersBritain hopes never to have to use proposed powers to break its Withdrawal Agreement with the European Union, Northern Ireland Office minister Robin Walker said on Monday during a debate on new legislation.

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EU "firm" on respecting Brexit dealBrussels 21.09.2020 According to an EU official the president of the EU Council Charles Michel met with top EU-UK negotiator Michel Barnier today to discuss a number of issues concerning the ongoing talks with the United Kingdom on the comprehensive trade agreement.


EU-UK Brexit talks challenging, Irish minister claimsForeign Affairs minister Simon Coveney is meeting chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels on Tuesday.

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Get real; Brexit has been sold on ‘pack of lies'WHERE has all the vilification of the EU come from? Is it just from all the ‘lies' which fall from the lips of members of the UK government?

Yorkshire Post Shared .

Why is this government incapable of admitting that it's made mistakes?The other day, I was scrolling through Facebook when I happened to see a video of Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg.

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Former PM Theresa May says government is acting 'recklessly' with controversial Brexit legislationBoris Johnson's predecessor Theresa May has told the House of Commons she will not support the government's controversial Brexit legislation, warning it will cause "untold damage" to the UK.

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Brexit news: Boris ordered to resist EU fishing demands or 'suffer the consequnces'A FRUSTRATED Brexiteer warned Boris Johnson of the dangers of ignoring the importance of fishing rights in the Brexit trade talks with the EU. Shared .

Brexit: Lib Dems to drop commitment to UK membership of the EUExclusive: Motion at virtual conference will say rejoining must be by ‘public assent'

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Covid fear creeping into Government is now threatening to destroy Brexit2020 will perhaps be described by future historians as ‘the year that wasn't'. The question now for the Prime Minister should be whether he wishes to turn ‘the lost year' into ‘the lost decade'. Shared .

Former NI Secretary urges caution over Brexit bill languageSenior Conservative MP Karen Bradley has expressed regret for hurt caused by things she said as Northern Ireland Secretary of State as she urged caution over the language of politics.

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Brexit: Theresa May attacks 'reckless' Internal Market Bill and warns of 'untold damage' to UKThe ex-premier is not won over by government concessions on the UK Internal Market Bill - but other Tory rebels are satisfied.

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Going Viral with the EU Supergirl: An interview with Madeleina Kay.Madeleina Kay has been among the most prominent campaigners against Brexit and, as a singer, songwriter, illustrator, author and artist, certainly the most creative.

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Theresa May 'cannot support' government's Brexit billThe former PM argues the legislation will "damage trust", but ministers say it will protect the UK.

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Brexit Has Reignited Scotland's Push for IndependenceScotland, six years after its last crack at independence, is hankering to be a "global good gal," charting its own foreign-policy course independent of London.

Foreign Policy Shared .

'Festival of Brexit' urged to reallocate £120m budget to pandemic recoveryOrganisers of the festival of Brexit are being urged to reallocate the events budget towards the cultural sectors Covid-19 recovery.

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Australia: UK threat to break international law won't impact trade negotiationsUK-Australia trade talks resumed Monday.

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Theresa May criticises Brexit bill and claims it could split the UKTheresa May has criticised the Government's intention to break international law and warned Northern Ireland could split from the UK as a result.

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Brexit news: Ex-Trade Secretary Liam Fox blasts EU for dictating Brexit agreementFORMER Trade Secretary Liam Fox warned the EU over dictating the future trading arrangements with the UK once the transition period ends. Shared .

The Week That Was  21st SeptemberIt has been a very interesting / scary week in politics and the two main events are covered in some sort of detail here.

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Theresa May vows to rebel over ‘reckless and irresponsible' Brexit billThis will lead to untold damage to the United Kingdom's reputation, it puts the future of the United Kingdom at risk'

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Brexit Day 2020: When is the UK due to leave the EU and how will it happen?Consider January 31 2020 the symbolic, technical and legal Brexit, with the UK set to take its first fully independent steps at the end of the year once its transition period ends.

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Brexit breakthrough: Australian Senator exposes stunning trade deal waiting for JohnsonAUSTRALIAN Senator Eric Abetz has exposed an incredible trade deal sitting on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's lap in an exclusive interview with Shared .

Brexit news: UK secures huge victory over London financesBRUSSELS has granted permission to European banks to trade trillions of pounds through the City of London until 2022 amid fears of an acrimonious split with Britain. Shared .

Jill Rutter on BBC Radio 4's PM: Covid-19 and BrexitJill Rutter reflects on the government's handling of Covid-19 and Brexit and explores the success of its communications.

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Brexit fury: Joe Biden's criticism of Boris Johnson's branded 'absurd and hysterical'BREXIT trade talks have caused tensions to rise between Democrats in the US and Conservatives in the UK, but Joe Biden criticism of the Prime Minister has been branded 'absurd'. Shared .

Sarah Hall on BBC Radio 4's Money Box: ex-pat bank accounts and BrexitProfessor Sarah Hall discusses the closure of ex-pat European bank accounts due to Brexit.

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Michel Barnier's negotiating tactics torn amid Brexit battle: 'He's not even French! 'MICHEL BARNIER's negotiating tactics in the Brexit talks with the UK have been torn apart by Frexit campaigner Charles-Henri Gallois in an exclusive interview with Shared . steers away from Brexit in favour of classic British has stepped away from Brexit-based content in its latest campaign, which focuses on relatable everyday confusions.

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David Jason: ITV Flying for Britain star's Brexit confession exposedPresenter of ITV's World War 2 documentary ‘Flying for Britain' - revealed what his most famous character Derek ‘Del Boy' Trotter would have thought about Brexit in unearthed accounts. Shared .

Disunited Kingdom: Why Scottish independence is now more likely because of BrexitAs the morning of September 19 dawned six years ago, despondent supporters of Scottish independence looked on dejected in Glasgow's George Square, draped in Saltire flags and their cheeks emblazoned with the word "Yes".

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Newsletter 21 September 2020This week saw a small string of resignations over the International Markets Bill, although the predicted rebellion in the Commons proved more muted than it might have.

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Brexit news: Farage agrees with EU chief in cheeky Tweet 'Barnier was RIGHT! 'NIGEL Farage has revealed he is in complete agreement with EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier on one aspect of Britain's relationship with the European Union - while making his outright hostility towards the bloc abundantly clear. Shared .

Brexit latest: Australia stands by 'trusted partner' UK in Brexit trade spat with EUBREXIT Britain has been backed by Australia over the UK's trade spat with the EU, as the second round of talks between the two commences today. Shared .

Brexit news: Australia trade talks start TODAYBREXIT trade talks with Australia kicked off today, International Trade Secretary Liz Truss announced this morning. Shared .

Oliver Mangan: Euro-sterling parity looms if Brexit talks failThe euro could reach parity with sterling if the UK-EU trade talks fail and a hard Brexit materialises.

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Tories Turning on the United StatesWith the recent attacks on American politicians from Conservative MPs, I take a look at some of your questions and comments on the way the brexit supporting United States has dropped support for the UK in favour of Ireland and how the Conservatives misjudged their worth so.

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Brexit: What could it mean for animal welfare and the food we eat?The UK high animal welfare standards - but there are concerns that post-Brexit trade deals could lead to food with lower standards being sold here.

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Without a Brexit deal, British Expats will Lose UK bank Accounts and Credit Cards FacilitiesTENS of thousands of British ex-pats living in Europe are receiving notices from their UK banks that their accounts will be closed in weeks due to post-Brexit rules.

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YOUR VIEW: Appalled over current Brexit handlingI wrote to you in June on the double impact of Brexit and Coronavirus, and everything that has happened since then has confirmed my suspicions about the government's intentions on trade talks both with America and particularly the EU.

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Britons will campaign to get Brexit undoneNo-one knew when Theresa May told us that "Brexit means Brexit" that, four years later - and seven months after leaving the EU - we would still not, in fact, know what Brexit means.

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Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling ‘slides' in second daily loss amid Brexit 'jitters'THE POUND to euro exchange rate has 'slid' in a second straight daily loss due to growing concerns over a post-Brexit trade deal. Shared .

Brexit: Irish hauliers seek State help to bypass UK land bridgeIndustry group says exporters ‘extremely vulnerable' to dependence on route.

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Government thinks Brexit more important than tenants, says LabourLabour's housing spokeswoman has accused the government of wasting the last four weeks before the eviction ban ended by putting its enthusiasm for Brexit above the interests of private renters.

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Government to legislate for recognition of UK divorces after BrexitProposals to be brought forward ahead before end of the EU-UK transition period.

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North East business leader gives stark jobs warning over no-deal BrexitWarning from head of North East England Chamber of Commerce is echoed by other organisations.

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Fears 'life-changing' devolution deal for North Yorkshire could be shelved amid coronavirus and Brexit pressuresThe Government has been warned by senior politicians and business leaders not to abandon a landmark devolution deal for North Yorkshire amid fears the long-awaited shake-up of decision-making powers is about to be aborted.

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Prepare for new year changes to European travel #BREXITRules around passports, access to healthcare, driving, pet travel and mobile phone roaming in EU and EFTA countries are changing from 1st January 2021travellers are urged to visit the governments transition page to check the specific actions they may need to takethe safety and wellbeing of British travellers remains the Government’s...

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Britain Breaks International Law?The headlines broke on Tuesday 8th September 2020, Britain is going to break an International Legal Agreement.

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Brexit fury: Tories plot revolt over 'toothless' defence of farmsLIZ TRUSS is facing a huge revolt from her own Conservative Party colleagues amid increasing anger and accusations she is not doing enough to protect British farms against low-quality food imports. Shared .

Lawbreaking now OK, Trump's brain goes missing, female sexuality, a failed MP exposed, kindness and a new love20 September 2020 The Brexit Bill was passed by the House of Commons by a depressing number of conservative MPs more willing to break the law than risk their jobs. It makes you realise why the word ‘Commons’ is used.

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Brexit news: EU panic as companies flee bloc for bright future in Britain 'Boom for UK'BREXIT Britain's future could prove to be vastly profitable for UK industries according to one expert. Shared .

Brexit treaty move is ‘ill thought out', says FoxLiam Fox has said the government's plans to tear up elements of the withdrawal agreement "could not have been more ill thought out".

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Boris Johnson's Brexit bill straight out of Trump playbook, David Lammy saysLabour MP criticises Cummings and says Tory government has dented UK's standing in the world.

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Labour may not vote for Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, Keir Starmer hintsThe Labour leader refused to commit to voting for the deal if it ever comes back from Brussels for a parliamentary vote.

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The recent US Congressional letter to the PM on Northern Ireland should be taken with a pinch of saltIn this piece, former diplomat Nick Busvine reminds us that Congressman Peter King - one of the authors of a recent Congressional letter warning Boris Johnson not to press forward with the Internal Market Bill - has a long and undistinguished history of unhelpful interference in Northern Ireland.

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Brexit won't mean Brexit if we let Covid ground a US-UK trade dealThe Government risks handing control of our international connectivity and competitiveness to European rivals.

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Brits in EU face closure of UK bank accounts over lack of post-Brexit rules: reportLloyds, Barclays and Coutts have started warning EU-based customers they will stop serving them at the end of the year.

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Brexit news: Verhofstadt's latest UK intervention sparks furious backlashGUY VERHOFTSADT has sparked a furious Brexit backlash after once again referencing the UK in another post on Twitter, with one person furiously replying: 'The EU is finished without us and you know it.' Shared .

Call to safeguard vulnerable sectors for future Brexit shocksTHE SCOTTISH Government has been urged to provide support for sectors impacted by Covid which could be hit by a double whammy with Brexit.

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Brexit news: Boris tells Picardo UK will NEVER abandon Gibraltar 'Adamantine commitment'BORIS Johnson has told Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo the UK will never abandon the Rock, regardless of what happens in ongoing trade talks with the European Union. Shared .

Brexit news: Sturgeon attacked for ‘false claims' as Tory minster pens letterSCOTTISH Secretary Alister Jack has accused Nicola Sturgeon of causing 'harm' by making 'false assertions' about the true impact of controversial Brexit legislation. Shared .

BBC's Andrew Marr demands answers from Keir Starmer on Brexit fisheries and extensionBBC's Andrew Marr became frustrated when Sir Keir Starmer refused to answer his questions on key Brexit issues, as the BBC host demanded 'some straight answers' from the Labour leader. Shared .

Covid-19 and Brexit have made Irish unity part of every day conversation, says Mary Lou McDonaldThe coronavirus pandemic and Brexit have made Irish unity part of "every day conversation", the Sinn Fein president has said.

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Protesters say combination of coronavirus and Brexit is 'catastrophic'An anti-Brexit campaigner will descend on a Kent town today to highlight reasons why he believes the country must suspend its exit from the EU.

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As if Brexit And Coronavirus Were Not EnoughBoris Johnsons close friends and colleagues say the subdued and sullen Prime Minister is stressing and whining about money after his earnings shrank from over £350,000 a year down to £150,00...