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Brexit to Cost Millions in British Meat Product TradeAs we get nearer to brexit reality, we can expect to hear much more about just how the realities of Boris Johnson's interpretation of brexit are going to sting virtually every industry in the UK economy.

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Brexit Trading Problems Highlighted by Captain KirkWilliam Shatner has this week been explaining how changes to the UK's VAT arrangements for imports after brexit mean that he will no longer be able to trade his merchandise to customers in the UK.

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Brexit: The EU is tying itself in knots!PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK ON YOUTUBE VIA PATREON AT: VIA PAYPAL: : : @: @ is having a few tussles with its member states while trying to get its budget for 2021 to 2027 sorted out.

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Brexit: Why is fishing a stumbling block in the trade talks?There's still no agreement between the UK and EU on Brexit and one of the key stumbling blocks is fishing.

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Brexit Will Hit the North of England HardBoris Johnson won the parliamentary majority necessary to drive through his hard brexit largely down to former Labour strongholds in the North of England voting Conservative last December.

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Brexit: is Boris Johnson about to cave in!Last Friday the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, made his 'end of the Brexit talks prepare for no-deal' speech, and within the week we have Michel Barnier and Lord David Frost once again engaged in negotiations.

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Brexit Negotiations Continue After Boris Johnson's Dummy FoundBoris Johnson had unwisely threatened to abandoned brexit negotiations with the EU if they did not agree to tunnel talks last week.

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Brexit: Boris Johnson must ditch the Withdrawal Agreement!PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK ON YOUTUBE VIA PATREON AT: VIA PAYPAL: : : @: @: Boris Johnson must ditch the Withdrawal are continuing to come forward and demand that the UK government tears up the Withdrawal Agreement Treaty, so that the UK can move forward as a truly sovereign and independent nation.

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Lords Vote to Oppose Law Breaking Brexit BillThe Internal Market Bill, which seeks to break international law by breaching the EU withdrawal agreement has now made it to the House of Lords.

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Can't Hide Brexit in Northern IrelandBoris Johnson is going to be pretty sick of the north of places soon. Brexit has been likened to the poll tax, the disastrous policy that brought down Margaret Thatcher, but this time the Conservatives intend to hide the impact of brexit and get away with it.

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Brexit UK Internal Market Bill slammed by House of Lords!After a series of very vocal speeches tearing chunks out of the Boris Johnson government for daring to place such a tawdry piece of legislation as the UK Internal Market Bill before them, the House of Lords has voted for a motion to regret.

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Brexit Gives Us Less Sovereignty, Not MoreSparked by a discussion between James O'Brien and a brexit supporter, I felt the need to discuss this upside-down view of sovereignty that brexiteers seems to have.

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Brexit talks continue"The aim of today's meeting was to jointly assess the current state of the implementation work, following the recent meetings of the Specialised Committees, and to reach a shared understanding of the outstanding issues and a detailed timeline for their Šefčovič welcomed the clear political steer and commitment given today by Michael Gove,...

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Idea of a Brexit Canada Style Deal is Another LieBoris Johnson and his Conservatives are currently trying to claim that they want a Canada style deal and the EU are being unreasonable for not offering one.

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Brexit Party Making Gains in the PollsAs we head towards brexit reality time, are brexiteers going to start blaming each other for what brexit ends up becoming?

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New post-Brexit lorry park named after…Farage?What a way to be have signed a petition to get a new lorry park in #Kent - a county due to face miles-long queues to Dover post-Brexit - named after Nigel Farage.

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Brexit deadlock: Top EU negociator Barnier ready to "intensify" trade talksSubscribe to our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices.

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Brexit: May incredulous over EU security access plansMr Gove said that there were many more areas where the UK could cooperate with nearby nations on security issues than when the UK was a member of the EU, and benefitted from full sharing of security data with fellow member-states.

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Brexit: Archbishops play politics!The Anglican church hierarchy is now stooping to play politics, by telling lawmakers to reject the UK Internal Market Bill.

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Brexit: Commons clashes as 'oven ready' deal turns to 'no deal' with the EUCabinet Office minister Michael Gove clashed with his shadow Rachel Reeves, after blaming the EU for the UK now moving headlong toward a 'no-deal' Brexit after the transition period ends on 1st January 2021.

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Brexit: CBI Director-general says 'half of firms have gone backwards' in Brexit planningDirector-general of the CBI, Dame Carolyn Fairbairn, tells Sky News "half of firms have gone backwards" in Brexit to our YouTube channel for more videos.

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Brexit: Macron in threat to UK energy sector!President Macron of France reportedly wants to use UK energy security as a lever in any remaining Brexit SUPPORT MY WORK ON YOUTUBE VIA PATREON AT: VIA PAYPAL: : : @: @: Macron in threat to UK energy sector.

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Brexiteer Fails in Use of History Lesson for EU ConductDaniel Hannan, one of the organisers of brexit in the UK has tried to use the example of Britain's relationship with the United States, shortly after independence, as an example of how the EU should behave towards the UK.

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Newly Leaked Brexit Documents from Cambridge AnalyticaBrittany Kaiser, the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower has published another load of documents tying the data stealing company to the Trump presidential campaign as well as the brexit campaign groups, Vote Leave and Leave.EU.

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Boris Johnson Can't Contemplate a No Deal BrexitIt's desperate stuff now as Boris Johnson moves to trying to get a brexit deal with the EU which, of necessity, will have to be largely in favour of the EU, but still convince brexit supporters that he has beaten them down to major concessions.

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Prepare for no-deal Brexit declares Boris JohnsonBoris Johnson made a Brexit statement yesterday calling on the U.K. to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.

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Did Fishing Rights Make Brexit Deal ImpossibleBoris Johnson is trying to give the impression that EU brexit talks are over without actually saying so himself.

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UK claims Brexit trade talks "are over" unless EU shifts its positionDowning Street has said that Brexit trade talks are over and "there is no point" to negotiations continuing unless there's a fundamental shift in the EU's position.

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Boris Johnson: Britain should prepare for no-deal BrexitBoris Johnson says businesses should prepare for a no-deal Brexit with the EU saying it won't accept a deal at any price.

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Brexit: UK government says EU trade deal talks are 'over'A no-deal Brexit showdown is looming with Europe as Boris Johnson said talks on a trade deal with Brussels were over, declaring there was no point in the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier coming to the UK unless he was prepared to substantially change his position.

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France attack: A man has been decapitated in attack in suburb near ParisEuropean Union summit: Brussels says Brexit deal is possible - but not at any price ️ Liverpool restrictions: First England region to be placed under tier 3 measures ️ Europeans split over virus: Euronews poll finds citizens divided over pandemic approach ️ Bulgaria protests: Calls for Prime Minister to resign over allegations of to our...

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Capital of culture losses: Ireland's Galway misses out on billion euro income due to restrictionsEuropean Union summit: Brussels says Brexit deal is possible - but not at any price ️ Liverpool restrictions: First England region to be placed under tier 3 measures ️ Europeans split over virus: Euronews poll finds citizens divided over pandemic approach ️ Bulgaria protests: Calls for Prime Minister to resign over allegations of to our...

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Prepare for no-deal: Johnson says UK must ready itself for an 'Australia-style' trade dealEuropean Union summit: Brussels says Brexit deal is possible - but not at any price ️ Liverpool restrictions: First England region to be placed under tier 3 measures ️ Europeans split over virus: Euronews poll finds citizens divided over pandemic approach ️ Bulgaria protests: Calls for Prime Minister to resign over allegations of to our...

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Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy accused of criminal conspiracy in election funding caseEuropean Union summit: Brussels says Brexit deal is possible - but not at any price ️ Liverpool restrictions: First England region to be placed under tier 3 measures ️ Europeans split over virus: Euronews poll finds citizens divided over pandemic approach ️ Bulgaria protests: Calls for Prime Minister to resign over allegations of to our...

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Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Civilians forced to flee as fighting enters its 3rd weekEuropean Union summit: Brussels says Brexit deal is possible - but not at any price ️ Liverpool restrictions: First England region to be placed under tier 3 measures ️ Europeans split over virus: Euronews poll finds citizens divided over pandemic approach ️ Bulgaria protests: Calls for Prime Minister to resign over allegations of to our...

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EU leaders' summit on Brexit, climate policy, COVID-19 and other issues concludesEuropean Union summit: Brussels says Brexit deal is possible - but not at any price ️ Liverpool restrictions: First England region to be placed under tier 3 measures ️ Europeans split over virus: Euronews poll finds citizens divided over pandemic approach ️ Bulgaria protests: Calls for Prime Minister to resign over allegations of to our...

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Brexit: No-dealNo-deal - Australia deal - what's the to professor Alex De Ruyter, who explains how deal or no deal, the current circumstance surrounding an agreement is still going to have similar barriers.

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Get Ready for a No Deal Brexit, Says JohnsonBoris Johnson has announced that the EU must fundamentally change their approach if they want a brexit deal, just one day after the EU council said that any movement was now for the UK.

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Philip Pullman: 'The UK will fall apart' over BrexitSir Philip Pullman is an English novelist, best known for his fantasy trilogy 'His Dark Materials'.

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Boris Johnson: UK heading for 'no-deal'Johnson says we're heading for a no-deal as the Brexit summit's stalling in Brussels over a Canda-style deal leaves the UK looking at a hard exit from The EU.

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Boris Johnson says it's time to prepare for a no-deal Brexit

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Brexit no-deal seems set as Boris Johnson 's deadline passesMr Johnson did leave some room as he invited the EU to "come here, come to us" and the European's chief negotiator Michel Barnier said he planned to continue negotiations in London.

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WATCH: Boris Johnson gives statement on post-Brexit trade deal talksSubscribe to our channel: our LIVE here: to our thematic : Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices: is available on YouTube in 12 languages.

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Will no-deal Brexit be declared tonight? ? !It then said they were determined to have as close a partnership with the UK as possible - based on their negotiating directives.

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UK Brexit Minister Wants EU to Help With Aviation NowSo we've already had Michael Gove saying he'll need France's help to deal with brexit border chaos next year, and now Grant Shapps, another minister in Boris Johnson's inept government, is saying that flights in the UK could be grounded unless the EU help us out of our self-inflicted brexit.

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European Union summit: Brussels says Brexit deal is possibleSubscribe to our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices.

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Former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Biden, Brexit and trustNewsnight's Emma Barnett talks to former Democratic presidential contender, Pete Buttigieg, about the US presidential election, rebuilding trust in American democracy and whether a Brexit Britain should fear a President Biden.

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Brexit: EU leaders call on UK to 'make the necessary moves' to reach trade dealAt a Brussels summit, member states note their 'concern' that progress in negotiations is 'still not sufficient for an to our YouTube channel for more videos.

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UK 'disappointed' and 'surprised' after EU takes intensity out of post-Brexit trade talksDraft conclusion prepared ahead of the summit called on talks with the UK to be continued "intensively".

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Brexit deadline passes with no deal"I think we're going to see this to and fro right until the end of the year, and even if we leave with a no-deal, negotiations will carry on."

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"Brexit has accelerated a unity referendum"Sinn Féin Ireland leader Mary Lou McDonald says if Brexit breaks the Good Friday Agreement then a precedent is set to bring about a referendum for a united Ireland.

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EU leaders' summit: European heads of state gather to discuss the bloc's Brexit stanceSeveral EU leaders acknowledged that little progress has been made in post-Brexit trade talks - despite today being UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's self-imposed deadline to reach an agreement.

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Brexit: UK trade talks with EU leaders to continueBoris Johnson had said a Brexit deal must be done by today's EU summit - but despite that deadline passing, he hasn't walked away yet.

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EU summit updates: Fishermen can't be Brexit sacrifices, says MacronAmong the blockages to a post-Brexit trade deal, is the battle for control of fishing rights.

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Economics of Covid-19 and Brexit, revisitedAt this Isolation Insight webinar, panelists discussed the economics of the Covid-19 pandemic and the UK's exit from the EU, six months after lockdown began and with less than three months left of the transition Chu, economics editor, The Crowley, senior fellow, UK in a Changing Europe Gemma Tetlow, chief economist, Institute for Government...

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It's Boris' Brexit deadline day! Will a deal be made?Not today... says Lib Dem politician Jonathan Fryer, but explains how it's not to say one still can't be made.

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Majority of Germans think UK will not benefit long term from Brexit, Euronews survey revealsNearly 60% of respondents in Germany said Brexit would not provide the UK with any long-term benefits.

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Brexit: Will Boris go for the No-Deal Option? !Today was supposed to be crunch day. The day when the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, would decide whether a Brexit deal was possible or not.

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Boris Johnson Blinks on Brexit… AgainBoris Johnson said that he would end brexit talks with the EU if they did not agree this week to trigger final stage tunnel negotiations.

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Can PM's Brexit trade talks deadline be met?Boris Johnson has set a self-imposed deadline of 15 October to reach a trade deal with the EU - or the UK will end up with no-deal on trade.

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No-deal Brexit: UK car industry fears soaring costs in the absence of a trade agreementThe UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's self-declared deadline for reaching a post-Brexit trade agreement is tomorrow, although the European Union's has given negotiations until the end of the month.

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Little optimism over post-Brexit trade deal as EU gears up for summit"The outline of a compromise is not visible. If anything the EU's position might be hardening on fisheries" said one source close to the talks.

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Brexit Chaos Being Blamed on Traders NowIn trying to run away from their responsibilities, Boris Johnson's government are now seeking to blame brexit border chaos on traders not understanding their complicated, unfinished system for customs arrangements.

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On the verge of a no-deal Brexit!Brussels will never allow a deal with the UK that lets us run our own affairs.

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EU Council Summit: President Michel Warns of "difficult context" as Brexit deadline loomsFollow us on our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices.

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EU Toughen Brexit Stance Ahead of SummitBoris Johnson seems to be staking a brexit deal on getting approval from the EU council for final stage negotiations this week.

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Kent locals react to their new Brexit borderSevington locals reacted with mixed reactions, with some saying it's preferable to the huge queues, while others wished more notice had been given.

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Brexit talks in deep water over fishing quotaFollowing months of talks to secure a post-Brexit trade deal between Britain and the EU - the contentious issue of fishing rights means has left talks deadlocked with neither side willing to give ground.

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Food standards: the concerns post-BrexitMajority of the public are AGAINST receiving chlorinated chicken or hormone-treated beef as part of post-Brexit products.

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Brexit: It's crunch time on fishing!PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK ON YOUTUBE VIA PATREON AT: VIA PAYPAL: : : @: @ talk earlier this month that Boris Johnson had agreed to extend the Brexit negotiations beyond a previously stated deadline of this Thursday the 15th of October, it seems that this might be crunch time.

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Brexit Food Standards Vote to be Blocked by GovernmentThe Agriculture Bill, which would lay the way for lowering food standards on brexit imports from the US, has come back from the House of Lords with an amendment which should maintain standards.

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Is Boris Johnson now backing Joe Biden for Brexit!The story is that Boris switched horses mid-race and is now backing Biden for the US presidency.

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Brexit: More British people believe life might be better outside EUAn increasing number of Britons believe voting for Brexit was the wrong decision - but many think it will be good for the UK in the long run.

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Boris Johnson Has Four Days to Crack BrexitWith the EU summit this Thursday, Boris Johnson seems likely to need to get general brexit agreement on all the key issues in order for the final stage of negotiations to conclude in time for ratification before the end of the transition period.

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Brexit, the EU and Human Rights!There is talk that Boris Johnson will agree to a deal with the EU that requires the UK to remain tied to the European Convention on Human Rights.

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Brexit Procedures Updated but Still not CompleteMichael Gove, on behalf of the government, has published update details of the procedures for dealing with brexit customs arrangements this week.

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Brexit: UK signs trade deal with Ukraine!Ukraine exports ferrous and nonferrous metals, fuel and petroleum products, chemicals, machinery and transport equipment and food products.

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UK Removes Another Barrier to Brexit Trade DealThe UK government has now rubbed away another pointless brexit red line by accepting that governance, an appropriate mechanism for dispute resolution, must exist as part of any deal.

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Japanese Car Manufacturers Insist on Brexit Promise Being KeptJapanese media has this week been reporting that Japanese car manufacturers Nissan and Toyota are intending to press the UK government on its promise, under Theresa May, to compensate them for any costs involved in a no deal brexit.

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Is a Brexit Deal with the EU still possible? !Then we heard rumours that the UK PM, Boris Johnson, had buckled. That the UK would be signing a deal that kept us tied to the ECHR, the non-EU human rights courts, as well as handing over more of our fish for the next three years.

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Brexit Level Playing Field HypocrisyThroughout 2020, Boris Johnson and his brexit team have refused to agree to the level playing field with the EU necessary to agree a trade deal.

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The Lib Dems and Europe post Brexit: should remain become rejoin?Professor Tim Bale, deputy director, the UK in a Changing Europe Dr Mark Pack, editor Libdem Newswire Polly Toynbee, Guardian columnist Christine Jardine MP, Brexit spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats.

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Brexit Trade Challenges Exposed by MongoliaProminent brexit supporting Tory MP, Daniel Kawczynski, has been appointed by Boris Johnson to be the UK's brexit trade envoy to Mongolia.

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Irish Europort Prepares to Bypass Brexit BordersThe Europort of Rosslare, on the South-East coast of Ireland, fearful of the impact of chaotic brexit border controls with the UK, is preparing double the number of days that it can run crossings directly to the EU in order to avoid much longer brexit delays by going across Britain.

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In conversation with Rt Hon Sajid Javid MPThe former chancellor Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, discusses #Brexit, the furlough scheme and the Labour Party's new leader Sir Keir Starmer with our director Professor Anand Menon, in partnership with ConservativeHome.

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Labour's Brexit policyAt our first event, Chair Sienna Rodgers spoke to panelists about Labour's Brexit policy, as the negotiations reach crunch Reeves, Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office, Labour Party Stephen Bush, Political Editor, New Statesman Anand Menon, Director, UK in a Changing Europe.

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Post Brexit spies and criminal activity!For example, if one of the crew kept crying off at the last minute and was not there for the heists, scams or robberies or whatever vicious little activity was on hand, the others would get suspicious very quickly - with possibly lethal results.

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Brexit, the EU and food standards!"Inspectors stopped cutting lymph nodes in pigs' heads, which are known to contain abscesses and tuberculosis lesions."

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Farage thinks Trump will be OK and a compromise can be found on BrexitFarage spoke about negotiations over Brexit and said: "I sense there will be a compromise."

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Industry Leaders Warn of Brexit ConsequencesLeaders in the chemicals, pharmaceuticals and car manufacturing industries have again this week been warning about the consequences of brexit to their particular fields.

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Brexit talks: 'Significant gaps' remain between UK and EU, Ursula von der Leyen warns"Significant gaps remain" between the UK and the EU as Brexit negotiations continue, the European Commission's president said, but talks will continue in an attempt to strike a deal.

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Brexit TalksThis week has finally seen some serious movement from Boris Johnson's government in the brexit talks with the EU.

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Brexit talks flounder again!"points of convergence, most of which had already been recorded in previous rounds, in particular on some aspects of trade in goods, services and investment, civil nuclear cooperation, and participation in Union new developments on some topics such as aviation safety, social security coordination, and the respect of fundamental rights and...

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Donald Trump tests positive for Covid-19Says former Brexit Party candidate Mitch Feierstein as Donald and Melania Trump test positive for Covid-19.

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Brexit: So the EU is taking the UK to court!But I will point out to them that it was the EU negotiators that first floated this idea of using the Protocol to try and force the UK to hand over its fish and remain under ECJ jurisdiction forever.

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EU brings legal action to UK over Internal Market BillDavid Hearne - Centre for Brexit Studies explains how the European Union "very effectively siloed" the Internal Market Bill and ongoing trade negotiations.

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The UK's Future Relationship with the EUSpeaking at the New Statesman's virtual conference, Hilary Benn MP, chair of the 'Future relationship with the European Union' committee, talks to Professor Anand Menon, director of the UK in a Changing Europe about the Internal Market Bill, the negotiations and the Labour Party's challenges ahead of the next general election.

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EU Announces Legal Action Against Boris JohnsonBoris Johnson's refusal to remove clauses from the internal market bill that unilaterally re-write the brexit withdrawal agreement is a breach of the good faith articles of the withdrawal agreement.

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EU launches legal action against UK over controversial Brexit billREAD MORE : to our channel: our LIVE here: to our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : is available on YouTube in 12 languages.

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EU takes legal action against UK over Withdrawal AgreementEU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announces legal action against the UK for breaking Brexit deal.

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EU begins legal action against the UK over Brexit bill proposalThe President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen has announced that the EU will start legal action against Boris Johnson's bid to potentially override parts of the Brexit deal.

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Brexit: EC President Ursula von der Leyen makes a statementSubscribe to our channel: our LIVE here: to our thematic : Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices: is available on YouTube in 12 languages.

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Johnson Backs Down Over Brexit Fishing RightsIf Boris Johnson really wanted a brexit deal, he was going to have to back down on his pointless sticking points towards the end of September.

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How Brexit could redefine UK farming and protect its damaged ecology"We need to rethink how we produce and how we consume" - that was the message from the opening session of the United Nations biodiversity summit today in New York.

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Who controls UK public policy?Professor Paul Cairney is Professor of Politics and Public Policy at the University of Stirling, and a keen blogger on topics such as evidence based policymaking and COVID-19 policy in the UK.

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Brexit Expanding Skills ShortagesA new report for the government has recommended expanding signficantly the number of shortage occupations to be added to the list in order to bypass the economy busting Immigration Act that is being pushed to placate brexit supporters.

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Beyond Brexit Live with Lisa Nandy MPFor our first Beyond Brexit Live event, Professor Anand Menon spoke to Shadow Foreign Secretary and MP for Wigan Lisa Nandy.

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Brexit DealAs we head towards the final weeks of brexit negotiations, at least for now, both sides have made much of the recent progress but there are still three major areas of disagreement: state aid, fishing rights and the withdrawal agreement.

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Another Cambridge Analytica Election Rigging BombshellThe role of Cambridge Analytica in the 2016 brexit referendum in the UK and presidential election in the US is now widely documented.

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Chefs call for post-Brexit food standards lawChef, food writer and restaurateur Alex Rushmer reiterates calls for post-Brexit standards laws.

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Big Brexit vote in parliament todayThe pro-EU MPs will be lining up over the course of this afternoon and evening to try and salvage their route back into the EU - the Withdrawal Agreement Treaty and the powers it gives the EU over the UK.

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British Business Crying Out for a Brexit DealA recent CBI survey has found that 77% of British businesses need a brexit deal, with only 4% happy with a no deal outcome.

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Is this Brexit deal crunch time? !"I think progress has been slow in the talks so far, I think there is still potential for a deal, I believe a deal is the sane and sensible thing to do, and I think all of us as politicians have an obligation to those we represent - and in terms of Brexit that means the least damage possible to workers, to employers and to business and economy."

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UK university lockdowns: Thousands of students go into isolation after virus outbreaksUS Supreme court battle: President Trump nominates conservative Amy Coney Barrett ️ California wildfires: Famed Napa Valley wine region under threat from flames ️ Switzerland vote: Referendum rejects ending free movement accord with EU ️ Brexit talks resume: Trade deal "can and must be made" says UK industry head.

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Uber wins right to operate in London againUS Supreme court battle: President Trump nominates conservative Amy Coney Barrett ️ California wildfires: Famed Napa Valley wine region under threat from flames ️ Switzerland vote: Referendum rejects ending free movement accord with EU ️ Brexit talks resume: Trade deal "can and must be made" says UK industry head.

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Navalny poisoning: Moscow City Court confirms decision not to investigate case as attempted murderUS Supreme court battle: President Trump nominates conservative Amy Coney Barrett ️ California wildfires: Famed Napa Valley wine region under threat from flames ️ Switzerland vote: Referendum rejects ending free movement accord with EU ️ Brexit talks resume: Trade deal "can and must be made" says UK industry head.

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Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan continues in disputed regionUS Supreme court battle: President Trump nominates conservative Amy Coney Barrett ️ California wildfires: Famed Napa Valley wine region under threat from flames ️ Switzerland vote: Referendum rejects ending free movement accord with EU ️ Brexit talks resume: Trade deal "can and must be made" says UK industry head.

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European countries mull more measures to combat novel CoronavirusUS Supreme court battle: President Trump nominates conservative Amy Coney Barrett ️ California wildfires: Famed Napa Valley wine region under threat from flames ️ Switzerland vote: Referendum rejects ending free movement accord with EU ️ Brexit talks resume: Trade deal "can and must be made" says UK industry head.

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Brexit Responsible for Even More Assets Leaving the UK for the EUInvestment bank, JP Morgan, last week announced another £180 billion leaving the UK for the EU, to go along with the trillion pounds that left last year through various banks and other financial services operators.

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Brexit talks resume: Trade deal "can and must be made" says UK industry headFollow us on our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices.

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Brexit Will Cause More Economic Damage Than Covid, But…Economic analyses show that the impact of brexit, even a brexit with a free trade agreement with the EU, but especially a no deal brexit will cause more economic damage than covid has.

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Brexit: EU still not happy about the UK Internal Market Bill!And just to put things a bit straighter, the UK Internal Market Bill, or UKIM Bill, does not really override the Withdrawal Agreement Treaty.

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Will Brexit Cause a 7000 Lorry Delay at Dover? What if it's More?Michael Gove, the minister in charge of brexit preparations, has talked about delays of 7000 lorries at Dover.

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No Brexit Stockpiling for British FactoriesBritish manufacturers and retailers were stockpiling for a potential hard brexit before and throughout 2019.

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What happens if the Withdrawal Agreement is breached?At a session with the Committee on the Future Relationship with the European Union, Professor Catherine Barnard explains the possible mechanisms open to the European Union if the UK government breaches the Withdrawal Agreement.

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How will the Internal Market Bill impact the devolved governments?Senior fellow Professor Nicola McEwen discusses the potential effects of the Internal Market Bill on the devolved governments, in relation to their respective powers / competencies.

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Does the Internal Market Bill facilitate frictionless trade within the UK?Senior fellow Professor Katy Hayward talks about whether the Internal Market Bill facilitates frictionless trade, as part of giving evidence to the Constitution Sub Committee.

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EU Want to Tackle London's Financial HubAmongst all the other brexit battles, another one looming is that for the financial might in Europe.

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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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Brexit: Why is it so hard to reach a deal?The UK may have left the EU, but the two sides still haven't agreed the terms of their new are still large areas of disagreement, from fishing to employment rights.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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: '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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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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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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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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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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Is Boris Johnson Trying to Make a Mess of Brexit?It's amazing to consider the fairly long list of brexit related things that Boris Johnson had to do in 2020.

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Brexit: Boris Johnson unveils UK plans to deal with Northern Ireland Protocol!So, despite getting the Bill through comfortable with an over 70 votes majority, the PM Boris Johnson was left to weigh up the risks of forging ahead with the Bill unamended or watering it down in some way that would swing most of the rebels behind his Bill.

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Boris Johnson Completely Misread American PoliticsBoris Johnson has made a serious brexit misculation in not realising that the United States would back Ireland over the United Kingdom in his managing of Northern Ireland.

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Belarus crisis: Borders with Lithuania and Poland remain open despite Lukashenko threatState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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Equal Pay Day: UN says progress on gender parity too slowState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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Poland political crisis: Majority coalition reportedly on brink of collapse over animal rights billState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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TheCube President Trump to block US downloads of TikTok and WeChat from SundayState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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Israel national lockdown: 1st country to reimpose confinement to fight COVID-19 riseState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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New COVID restrictions: France, Spain and UK crack down on socialisingState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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Breaking down the Brexit border problemThe UK government has been heavily criticised for planning to override part of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement that it reached with the EU.

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Scotland's Problem With the Internal Market Brexit BillA lot has been made of the Internal Market Bill unilaterally re-writing Boris Johnson's brexit deal, but there are other problems with the bill as well.

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Brexit Don't Want US Trade Deal Now?After Joe Biden spoke out to reaffirm his commitment to the Good Friday Agreement, Conservative brexiteers have been lining up to tell the potential President of the United States to mind his own business.

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Will Britain's action on Brexit isolate it?European Law professor Francesco Rizzuto explains why he thinks it's not foreign politicians like Biden restricting Brexit actions - it's Britain's behaviour!

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Brexit: the Withdrawal Agreement has been amended!Until the end of the fourth year following the end of the transition period, adopt decisions amending this Agreement, provided that such amendments are necessary to correct errors, to address omissions or other deficiencies, or to address situations unforeseen when this Agreement was signed, and provided that such decisions may not amend the...

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Was Biden wrong to wade in on Britain's Brexit affairs?Former MEP Robert Rowland sees similarities between the Democrats recent comments and Obama's on the referendum.

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Why Johnson's Brexit Compromise Doesn't WorkBoris Johnson has been facing defeat over his law breaking brexit bill this week, but reports suggest he has climbed down and agreed to a compromise with his backbench MPs.

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How the UK could still leave the EU with no dealIt's happening again. Just when you thought it was all coming to an end, Brexit is kicking off....

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Tory rebels force Boris Johnson's Brexit hand!His initial plan was for the Government to have laws on hand that they would be able to quickly deploy to see off any threat from Brussels aggressively 'interpreting' the Withdrawal Agreement, so as to blockade Northern Ireland off from the rest of the UK.

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America Not Impressed With Breaking Brexit PromisesAmerican Congressmen have written to Boris Johnson to warn him of the consequences of breaking his own brexit treaty, making it clear there will not be a trade deal with the US if he does this.

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Joe Biden warns UK: No US trade deal if Irish peace deal becomes 'casualty of Brexit'The US presidential candidate's warning comes amid international dismay at the UK government's plan to overrule parts of the legally-binding EU divorce deal.

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Boris Johnson bows to Conservative rebels with Brexit bill compromiseThe Government has backed down in its stand-off with Conservative MPs, over controversial legislation that would override the Brexit withdrawal deal it reached with Brussels, breaking international law.

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PM compromises on controversial Brexit BillDowning Street offered a compromise to try and win over the dozens of Conservatives who abstained or voted against the draft legislation that would override the withdrawal agreement - breaking international law.

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UK government law officer resigns over Brexit deal plansIn the latest sound of alarm from the Tory benches over the plans to break international law - the government's Advocate General for Scotland handed in his resignation, admitting that he could not find a "respectable argument" that matched the prime minister's intentions.

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Brexit: will our fishing community be sold out again? !In this morning's video, I asked if Boris was about to make a U-Turn on controlling the U.K. internal market, by watering down the U.K. Internal market Bill.

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Mayflower anniversary: Ship carrying puritan settlers set sail across Atlantic ocean 400 years agoState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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Moria migrant crisis: UNHCR arrives on Lesbos to assess humanitarian situationState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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Lamine Diack verdict: Ex-track federation president given 2-year jail sentence on corruption chargesState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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EU's Ursula von der Leyen calls for ambitious climate and health policyState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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Belarus: Maria Kolesnikova charged with threatening national securityState of the Union speech: "We need to build a strong European health union" ️ England restrictions: Confusion over government's 'rule of the six' on social gatherings ️ West coast wildfires: Over 60 fires are burning in US states of California and Oregon ️ Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running out Latests news : us...

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State of the Union: Von der Leyen pledges more ambitious CO2 reduction target for EUThe speech to MEPs setting out the Commission's priorities comes as Europe faces huge challenges including the pandemic, the economy, migration, climate change and Brexit.

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Brexit: six months of stalemateSpeakers David O'Sullivan, former European Union ambassador to the United States Katya Adler, Europe Editor, BBC Bruno Waterfield, Brussels Correspondent, The Times Anand Menon, Director, UK in a Changing Europe Chair: Jill Rutter, Senior Research Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe.

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PMQs: MPs set to grill PM Boris Johnson amid Brexit bill controversySubscribe to our channel: our LIVE here: to our thematic : Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices: is available on YouTube in 12 languages.

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Cybersecurity and BrexitDr Tim Stevens is Senior Lecturer in Global Security and head of the KCL Cyber Security Research Group at King's College London.

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Brexit: is Boris about to cave under pressure from Tory rebels? !And while our MPs are using the argument that the UK should obey the letter and spirit of any law that gives the EU an advantage over us, we hear that Brussels has been briefing all and sundry that they'd better be prepared for when British food is illegal in the EU and Northern Ireland.

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Brexit talks: Von der Leyen warns London that time is running outFollow us on our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices.

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Has Boris Johnson Trapped Himself With Brexit Bill?Boris Johnson is facing serious opposition to his law breaking brexit bill in the UK, and is finding attitudes towards him hardening around the world.

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Brexit: House of Commons continues debate on the controversial Internal Market BillSubscribe to our channel: our LIVE here: to our thematic : Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices: is available on YouTube in 12 languages.

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Will the Internal Market Bill make a no-deal more likely?Former MEP candidate Mitch Feierstein says opposition to the government's Internal Market Bill is remainers trying to stop a clean break Brexit.

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Brexit: the Tory rebels are surfacing!The vote on the UK Internal Market Bill last night was probably the first shake of the Withdrawal Agreement tree to get rid of all the bad fruit and consign them to the political compost heap.

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What Motivates the Brexiteers?Responding to the oft asked question: what is it that all these brexiteers want? In reality, the key players in Brexit have different motivations; it isn't a concerted effort towards a common goal.

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Brexit trade talks: Internal Bill clears first hurdle in commonsFollow us on our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices.

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Brexit Bill: 'I have never gone into a lobby to vote in a way I knew was wrong'The Brexit Bill still faces significant challenges with another vote in the House of Commons and the House of Lords left.

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Law Breaking Brexit Bill Passes First RoundBoris Johnson won passage for his internal markets brexit bill to the second reading with a significant number of Conservative absentions.

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Controversial Brexit Bill passes first Commons vote despite backlashSeveral Tory backbenchers had vowed to either abstain or vote against the government, after a minister admitted the bill "does break international law".

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Boris Johnson wins Commons backing for Brexit powers that breach international lawThe prime minister Boris Johnson has faced scathing criticism in the House of Commons - and from five former prime ministers - as he called on MPs to back his controversial Internal Market Bill.

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Brexit: Controversial Internal Markets Bill debated in the House of CommonsSubscribe to our channel: our LIVE here: to our thematic : Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices: is available on YouTube in 12 languages.

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'This bill gets Brexit undone' Ed Miliband GOES TO WORK on BoJoEd Miliband goes to work over Boris Johnson's plan to break international law with the Internal Market Bill.

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Brexit: have the EU acted in 'good faith'?"There is a fundamental basis underlying all contracts in British law: to act in good faith."

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Brexit: David Cameron becomes fifth former PM to condemn Boris Johnson's planThe move has been denounced by senior figures in his own party and today David Cameron became the fifth former Prime Minister to condemn it.

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EU's Barnier and UK's Frost take Brexit frustrations onto TwitterMichel Barnier and his British counterpart David Frost took their Brexit frustrations onto Twitter with a very public argument about food imports.

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Japan Brexit Deal Has an Interesting Sting in the TailSo, after the announcement of a trade agreement with Japan, with very few actual details, the brexit supporters went wild.

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Europe's week: Brexit brinkmanship and reviving the EU's fortunesThis week Brexit talks took a new direction after the UK's admission it would break international law.

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Brexit: Boris Johnson puts EU into a tailspin!The Remainer press is giving all the air time and column inches it can, to anyone who will condemn Boris Johnson for taking action to protect the interests of the UK.

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Boris Johnson faces showdown with MPs over powers to breach international lawBoris Johnson is facing a showdown with MPs, including many Conservatives, when they debate controversial proposals that would allow the government to ignore key parts of its Brexit withdrawal agreement with the EU.

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Brexit: Tony Blair and John Major take a swipe at Boris Johnson!First, it was Theresa May, and now we have John Major and Tony Blair entering the fray by lecturing Boris Johnson on his plans to unilaterally 'rectify' the Withdrawal Agreement Treaty.

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Blair and Major unite against Brexit plansBoris Johnson is facing a growing rebellion among senior Conservatives over his controversial Internal Market Bill - while former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Sir John Major urged MPs to reject it, saying it risked putting the Irish peace process, trade negotiations and the UK's integrity at peril.

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Irish Justice Minister says UK's actions over Brexit have 'damaged trust' with IrelandShe told Sophy Ridge it is "simply not the case" that the EU has threatened to block food supplies between Northem Ireland and Great Britain and bring in a full scale trade border down the Irish Sea.

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Lord Chancellor says the UK's plan to override the Brexit deal is "an insurance policy"Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland has told Sophy Ridge the UK's plan to override the Brexit deal is "an insurance policy" if negotiations with the EU fail and it "isn't something we want to have to use".

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Viewer Questions on Brexit Treaty Breaking Boris JohnsonTaking a look at a range of viewer comments and questions on the crisis thrown up by Boris Johnson threatening to break international law with his new brexit.

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Should People Stockpile for Brexit?With a no deal brexit almost certain, and the prospect for severe food shortages in the UK a real possibility, some may wish to stockpile food in anticipation of this.

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Brexit: State aid at the heart of trade talksAs the government launches its Internal Market Bill, the issue of state aid rules post-Brexit has become a major sticking point.

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Brexit: Tory MPs must back Boris Johnson and the United KingdomAnd, if Brussels really had no intention of doing as we suspect they want to, they would be the first to say they have no problem with this.

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Japan Agree First Post-Brexit Deal With UKThe UK government announced yesterday that it had agreed with Japan a new trade deal.

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Boris Johnson Makes Surprise Call to Defuse Brexit RebellionBoris Johnson is facing a rebellion of MPs refusing to follow his brexit lead and break international law.

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Brexit: No holding the UK back now!"This is a historic moment for the UK and Japan as our first major post-Brexit trade deal."

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Nasa looking for companies to help mine the lunar surfaceBrexit standoff: 'Trust eroded' as Britain announces unilateral changes to withdrawal agreement ️ Catastrophe test: Germany trying out new nationwide alarm for national disasters ️ EU Med7 summit: Turkey-Greece tensions focus of southern European meeting ️ Migrant camp fire: Second fire in 24h rips through overcrowded Greek camp Latests...

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Brexit standoff: Trade talks hang in the balance as UK rejects EU ultimatumBrexit standoff: 'Trust eroded' as Britain announces unilateral changes to withdrawal agreement ️ Catastrophe test: Germany trying out new nationwide alarm for national disasters ️ EU Med7 summit: Turkey-Greece tensions focus of southern European meeting ️ Migrant camp fire: Second fire in 24h rips through overcrowded Greek camp Latests...

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Life after lockdown: EU health chief urges people to 'learn to live with the virus'Brexit standoff: 'Trust eroded' as Britain announces unilateral changes to withdrawal agreement ️ Catastrophe test: Germany trying out new nationwide alarm for national disasters ️ EU Med7 summit: Turkey-Greece tensions focus of southern European meeting ️ Migrant camp fire: Second fire in 24h rips through overcrowded Greek camp Latests...

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Greece migrant camp fire: Migrants protest over gov't refusal to let them leave Lesbos islandBrexit standoff: 'Trust eroded' as Britain announces unilateral changes to withdrawal agreement ️ Catastrophe test: Germany trying out new nationwide alarm for national disasters ️ EU Med7 summit: Turkey-Greece tensions focus of southern European meeting ️ Migrant camp fire: Second fire in 24h rips through overcrowded Greek camp Latests...

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Brexit: EU will 'not be shy' in taking legal action if UK put Northern Ireland peace deal at riskThe UK has until the end of the month to withdraw the controversial measures from its draft bill, the Commission said.

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Who Exactly is Breaking International Law with the Brexit Bill?It is universally accepted, even by Boris Johnson's government, that the internal market bill will break international law in order to continue denying brexit realities.

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Gove tells EU official they won't withdraw Brexit legislation"I made it perfectly clear to Vice President Sefcovic that we would not be withdrawing this gove stressed the importance of an agreement after a meeting with an EU official yesterday but held that the withdrawal bill that enraged the EU would not change."

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Opinion: Can the government breach the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement? I FT"This is a remarkable development" - the FT's David Allen Green explains the legal issues behind this potential constitutional crisis in his guided tour of the law.

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Parliament and the EU Plan Action Against Johnson's Unlawful Brexit BillBoris Johnson has scheduled his law breaking internal market bill to be pushed through parliament next week at some pace.

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EU ultimatum to UK over Brexit plan in breach of international lawThe European Union has issued an ultimatum to Boris Johnson's government over its plans to override part of the Brexit withdrawal deal it signed up to, which would be in breach of international law.

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Could UK Government's Brexit tactics break international law AND the union?The flagship programme at 5pm is watched by up to a million viewers, with a later bulletin broadcast at 6.30pm and regular short news updates throughout the day.

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What is Boris's plan with Brexit?Associate politics professor Alistair Jones offers insight as to what politics Boris might be playing with Brexit.

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EU threatens to take UK government to court over proposed changes to Brexit dealThe Vice-President of the EU Commission has called on the UK government to withdraw a proposed bill that would allow ministers to modify the EU Withdrawal agreement.

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Brexit trade deal: British are 'creating chaos deliberately' says Irish foreign ministerREAD MORE : to our channel: our LIVE here: to our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : is available on YouTube in 12 languages.

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Brexit: EU threatens UK with fines and legal action!And anyone with eyes could see that would be the outcome once the two sides' chief negotiators, Lord Frost and Michel Barnier, faced off on opposite sides of the table.

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Explaining the Internal Market Bill: Jill Rutter on ABCSenior fellow Jill Rutter reflects on the latest developments in the Brexit negotiations, particularly in relation to the Internal Market Bill.

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Brexit: Former Conservative MEP implores party not to vote Withdrawal Agreement overridingSajjad Karim says the attempt to override the Withdrawal Agreement is 'an absolute non-starter'.

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Johnson's Excuse for Breaking Brexit AgreementSeveral days after announcing his intention to break international law, Boris Johnson has provided his excuse for doing so.

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Brexit standoff: 'Trust eroded' as Britain announces unilateral changes to withdrawal agreementFollow us on our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices.

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Migrant camp fire: Second fire in 24h rips through overcrowded Greek campEU commission reshuffle: Von der Leyen to announce new appointments to top team ️ UK warning: Health secretary says he is "concerned about this rise in cases" ️ Coronavirus vaccine race: Johnson and Johnson candidate trialled on Spanish population this week ️ Brexit trade talks: UK and EU resume negotiations amid row over withdrawal deal...

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Proposed changes to Brexit withdrawal deal criticisedThe British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged MPs to support a new bill which changes parts of the Brexit deal that he negotiated with the EU and signed in January.

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Controversial Brexit changes cause fury among EU figuresMinisters are planning to override parts of the Brexit deal with a bill that could be "inconsistent" with it.

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EU leaders issue warnings over Johnson plan to override parts of Brexit dealToday has seen a chorus of warnings and concern from European Union leaders over Boris Johnson's plans to override key elements of the Brexit deal.

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How does Boris Johnson's new Brexit bill violate international law?Legal experts say a bill proposed by the UK is designed to override key portions of a deal on Northern Ireland signed less than a year ago.

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Boris Johnson announces UK will proceed with new Brexit bill 'in violation of international law'Subscribe to our channel: our LIVE here: to our thematic : Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices: is available on YouTube in 12 languages.

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The UK Internal Market Bill and the IrelandMORE from the UK in a Changing Europe.

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Brexit: EU threat to cut off Northern Ireland from the UK!And there we have the truth of it - the UK government has acted to prevent the threat of Brussels blockading Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK.

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Migrant camp destroyed: Huge fire forces evacuation of Greece's overcrowded Moria campEU commission reshuffle: Von der Leyen to announce new appointments to top team ️ UK warning: Health secretary says he is "concerned about this rise in cases" ️ Coronavirus vaccine race: Johnson and Johnson candidate trialled on Spanish population this week ️ Brexit trade talks: UK and EU resume negotiations amid row over withdrawal deal...

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Drastic measures to curb alarming rise in Coronavirus casesEU commission reshuffle: Von der Leyen to announce new appointments to top team ️ UK warning: Health secretary says he is "concerned about this rise in cases" ️ Coronavirus vaccine race: Johnson and Johnson candidate trialled on Spanish population this week ️ Brexit trade talks: UK and EU resume negotiations amid row over withdrawal deal...

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Belarus opposition leader Kolesnikova held over 'coup' charges: lawyerEU commission reshuffle: Von der Leyen to announce new appointments to top team ️ UK warning: Health secretary says he is "concerned about this rise in cases" ️ Coronavirus vaccine race: Johnson and Johnson candidate trialled on Spanish population this week ️ Brexit trade talks: UK and EU resume negotiations amid row over withdrawal deal...

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PMQs: MPs set to grill PM Boris Johnson over controversial Brexit planSubscribe to our channel: our LIVE here: to our thematic : Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices: is available on YouTube in 12 languages.

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Brexit plans: UK secretary admits changes to withdrawal agreement would break international lawFollow us on our thematic channels NoComment: Living: : us on all platforms and on all devices.

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Proposal to change UK's Brexit deal will 'break international law' minister saysA government bill promised by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson that will change the UK's Brexit deal with the EU will 'break international law' according to one cabinet minister.

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Sir Keir Starmer on Brexit, testing and LabourThe UK left the EU on 31 January but is continuing to follow its rules until the end of 2020 during a "transition period", while negotiators try to hammer out a trade deal to replace existing arrangements on things like tariffs.

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Minister admits changes to Brexit deal would break international lawThe Northern Ireland secretary admitted that the Government was intending to break international law - specifically the EU Withdrawal Agreement, which sets out how Britain and the EU would agree new rules on trade between Britain and Northern Ireland.

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Why playing politics with the withdrawal deal could backfireBrexit researcher David Hearne thinks reneging on the withdrawal agreement will only enrage the EU and scare off other potential trade partners.

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Brexit: UK preparing to break international law!"I would say to my honourable friend, that, yes this does break international law in a very specific and limited way."

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Brexit: 'Make or break talks' resume as PM enforces 15 October deadline for dealStakes have been raised after suggestions the PM will override parts of the Withdrawal Agreement, if there is no deal.

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Brexit and Northern Ireland: meet Dr Clare RiceRead Clare's blog on her research here: is the fourth scholar in our # series, which promotes academics who have produced original, thought provoking work on the UK's changing relationship with the EU.

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Isolation Insight: Where does politics go from here?As part of our Isolation Insight series, this event looked at where politics is heading after the Covid-19 lockdown and with less than four months to go until the end of the Brexit transition Thompson, Professor of Political Economy, University of Cambridge David Runciman, Professor of Politics, University of Cambridge Katy Balls, Deputy...

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