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Brexit: EU publishes proposals to simplify NI Protocol

2 hours ago   |   BBC

The UK government says plans on the transport of medicines, food and animals do not go far enough.
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EU got it wrong? Economist who branded Brexit ‘slow puncture' admits workers' wages rising

EU got it wrong? Economist who branded Brexit ‘slow puncture' admits workers' wages rising

6 hours ago   |   Daily Express

AN ECONOMIST who previously branded Brexit a "slow puncture" has admitted that many workers are benefiting from higher wages since leaving the EU.
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Farage slaps down Cable for 'concocting' Single Market Brexit myth: 'A lot of baloney!'

Farage slaps down Cable for 'concocting' Single Market Brexit myth: 'A lot of baloney!'

7 hours ago   |   Daily Express

NIGEL Farage and Sir Vince Cable - who admit being politically opposed on Brexit - sat down to debate the referendum as the former Ukip leader accused Sir Vince and the Liberal...
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Boris urged to rip up EU red tape for £30m Brexit boost: 'Let Britain grow'

Boris urged to rip up EU red tape for £30m Brexit boost: 'Let Britain grow'

11 hours ago   |   Daily Express

BORIS JOHNSON is being urged to rip up EU-Northern Ireland red tape which could see a £30million a year boost to the UK economy, a trade body has said.
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EU laws will be imposed on UK even after Lord Frost's Brexit renegotiation - new analysis

EU laws will be imposed on UK even after Lord Frost's Brexit renegotiation - new analysis

12 hours ago   |   Daily Express   |   2 articles

BRUSSELS rules will continue to apply in the UK even if Lord Frost gets his way on the Northern Ireland Protocol, a new analysis of the proposals indicates.
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Seafood businesses to benefit from £1.8m boost to combat Covid and Brexit

17 hours ago   |   Herald Scotland

SEAFOOD businesses are to benefit from a £1.8 million funding pot to help them recover from the economic impacts of Brexit and the pandemic.
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Brexit Britain sees economic boom with fastest growth in 80 years. as EU left lagging

Brexit Britain sees economic boom with fastest growth in 80 years. as EU left lagging

19 hours ago   |   Daily Express

BRITAIN's bounce back from coronavirus will be complete in less than five months forecasts suggest, far quicker than the eurozone's predicted recovery.
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Brexit LIVE: Underhand French fishing tactics - officials in Paris 'withhold' data from EU

Brexit LIVE: Underhand French fishing tactics - officials in Paris 'withhold' data from EU

20 hours ago   |   Daily Express

A TENSE row over post-Brexit fishing licences between France and Jersey could last for months with no clear end in sight.
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Brexit victory: Britons set to save eye-watering £130m-a-year as Boris slashes EU red tape

Brexit victory: Britons set to save eye-watering £130m-a-year as Boris slashes EU red tape

1 day ago   |   Daily Express

BREXIT BRITAIN has scored yet another major victory with millions of people set to save £130million as Boris Johnson uses new freedoms available to him to slash European Union...
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Ann Widdecombe mocks Macron and VDL as EU bully tactics 'turned Remainers into Brexiteers'

Ann Widdecombe mocks Macron and VDL as EU bully tactics 'turned Remainers into Brexiteers'

1 day ago   |   Daily Express

ANN WIDDECOMBE has ridiculed Emmanuel Macron and Ursula von der Leyen as she claimed that the EU's attempt to punish Britain for Brexit had backfired on Brussels.
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Boris Johnson pledges to target drug abuse in anti-crime push

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Brexit: EU publishes proposals to simplify NI Protocol

The UK government says plans on the transport of medicines, food and animals do not go far enough. Read more ...

John Stonehouse: Bizarre tale of the MP who faked his own death

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COP26 climate summit president says progress made, but not enough

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EU got it wrong? Economist who branded Brexit ‘slow puncture' admits...

EU got it wrong? Economist who branded Brexit ‘slow puncture' admits workers' wages rising

AN ECONOMIST who previously branded Brexit a "slow puncture" has admitted that many workers are benefiting from higher wages since leaving the EU. Read more ...

Farage slaps down Cable for 'concocting' Single Market Brexit myth: 'A lot...

Farage slaps down Cable for 'concocting' Single Market Brexit myth: 'A lot of baloney!'

NIGEL Farage and Sir Vince Cable - who admit being politically opposed on Brexit - sat down to debate the referendum as the former Ukip leader accused Sir Vince and the Liberal... Read more ...

Galloway attacks Starmer over ambiguous policy beliefs: ‘Moral principles of...

Galloway attacks Starmer over ambiguous policy beliefs: ‘Moral principles of a jellyfish!'

GEORGE Galloway delivered a scathing rant against the Labour Party and Sir Keir Starmer during his Mother of All Talkshows where he wished Labour "perdition" and to never win... Read more ...

Lib Dems accuse PM of ‘penalising' students in storm over jab certificates

STUDENTS are being penalised for the UK Government's coronavirus “failures”, the Liberal Democrats have claimed. Read more ...

Labour should visit ‘working clubs' to learn trans issues not ‘top concern...

Labour should visit ‘working clubs' to learn trans issues not ‘top concern in UK' - expert

A CONSERVATIVE think tank blasted Labour for getting its priorities mixed up as they say many voters do not know what Sir Keir Starmer or his party stand for as they are... Read more ...

Boris urged to rip up EU red tape for £30m Brexit boost: 'Let Britain grow'

Boris urged to rip up EU red tape for £30m Brexit boost: 'Let Britain grow'

BORIS JOHNSON is being urged to rip up EU-Northern Ireland red tape which could see a £30million a year boost to the UK economy, a trade body has said. Read more ...