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Newslinks for Monday 16th September 2019

8 monthes ago   |   By Conservative Home

EU talks 1) “Incredible Hulk” Johnson confident of EU deal
“Boris Johnson is meeting Brussels chief Jean-Claude Juncker in Luxembourg today for the first time since entering Number 10, which is being seen as a significant moment in the push to find a Brexit resolution. Ahead of the meeting with the European Commission President, the Prime Minister struck a confident tone on reaching a deal. He insisted he thinks “we will get there” and that a “huge amount” of progress is being made. Mr Johnson said: “I will be talking to Jean-Claude about how we're going to do it. I'm very confident.” He...
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Incredible Hulk Boris confident' deal can be done in a few weeks as he goes for Brexit showdown with EU chief Juncker in Luxembourg

Incredible Hulk Boris confident' deal can be done in a few weeks as he goes for Brexit showdown with EU chief Juncker in Luxembourg

8 monthes ago   |   By The Sun


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Boris Johnson in Brexit face-off with Jean-Claude Juncker TODAY

Boris Johnson in Brexit face-off with Jean-Claude Juncker TODAY

8 monthes ago   |   By Daily Mail

Ahead of the showdown, Boris Johnson insisted he is 'passionate' about getting a deal and hailed 'signs of movement' from the EU.
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Brexit news LIVE: Boris Johnson believes 'passionately' new deal can be reached as he heads to meeting with Jean-Claude Juncker

8 monthes ago   |   By Evening Standard

Boris Johnson will travel to Luxembourg this morning for his first face-to-face meeting with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker since entering No10.
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Brexit SHOWDOWN: Juncker says 'patriots' don't want no deal ahead of crunch Boris talks

Brexit SHOWDOWN: Juncker says 'patriots' don't want no deal ahead of crunch Boris talks

8 monthes ago   |   By Daily Express

BRUSSELS boss Jean-Claude Juncker last night claimed “patriots” in the United Kingdom do not want a no-deal Brexit.
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Boris Johnson confident he can get Brexit deal as he heads to meet Jean-Claude Juncker

Boris Johnson confident he can get Brexit deal as he heads to meet Jean-Claude Juncker

8 monthes ago   |   By Metro

Boris Johnson is heading to Luxembourg today and hopes to finalise a new deal in a month
Boris Johnson has said he believes ‘passionately' that a new Brexit deal can be struck with Brussels as he prepares to hold his first face-to-face talks as PM with Jean-Claude Juncker.
The Prime Minister will travel to Luxembourg on Monday where he will warn the European Commission president he will reject any offer to delay Britain's departure.
Writing in the Daily Telegraph, Mr Johnson said he was working ‘flat out' to reach an agreement but reiterated that he would take the UK out of the bloc even...
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Boris Johnson SMASHES his fist on dispatch box as he rages in PMQs row with...

Boris Johnson SMASHES his fist on dispatch box as he rages in PMQs row with Keir Starmer

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Boris Johnson in huge U-Turn as he's forced to apologise to MPs for...

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Brexit warning: Nissan UK plant ‘unsustainable' without EU trade deal

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Boris Johnson: How PM could be forced to quarantine for 14 days to save Brexit

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WATCH: Johnson leads today's press conference. And Whitty claims that the...

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WATCH LIVE: coronavirus press conference Speakers: BorisJohnson , Prime Minister Prof Chris Whitty, CMO England Sir Patrick Vallance, uksciencechief - UK Prime Minister June... Read more ...

Brexit delay: Northern Irish assembly votes in favour of two-year delay...

Brexit delay: Northern Irish assembly votes in favour of two-year delay - 'We've spoken!'

THE NORTHERN IRELAND ASSEMBLY has voted in favour of a two year Brexit delay, putting pressure on Boris Johnson as the fourth round of tense talks between the EU and the UK begin. Read more ...

Matt Hancock insists lockdown measures will be reviewed every four weeks

Matt Hancock insists lockdown measures will be reviewed every four weeks

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Newslinks for Wednesday 3rd June 2020

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Peer who was once homeless joins Tory MP in call to buy hotels to house...

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