A selection of current Brexit related news feeds

Brexit News Feeds

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21/01/2020 Brexit: Javid claims manufacturing won't suffer from government plan not to stay aligned to EU rules - live news ,,

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen

From Bloomberg

Donald Trump tells #wef20 that in Boris Johnson, the U.K. has a "wonderful new prime minister who wants very much to make a deal" after Brexit https://t.co/jfE7jEZ4GF pic.twitter.com/CWo34LUdrU

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The justice secretary, Robert Buckland, has claimed the government is not politicising the death of the London Bridge terror attack victims by unveiling tougher prison sentences for the most serious offenders, my colleague Kate Proctor reports.

Related: Justice secretary denies government is rushing in new anti-terror laws

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21/01/2020 Ian Lavery under fire for claim Labour has nothing to apologise for over election defeat ,,Labour party chairman Ian Lavery has come under fire after issuing an impassioned defence of the party's disastrous election campaign. www.politicshome.com Visit...
21/01/2020 Steve Bell’s If ... Corporal Mark Francois battles for bongs ,,Continue reading... www.theguardian.com Visit...
21/01/2020 Brexit weekly briefing: farce over Big Ben bong a fitting end to the saga ,,

Elsewhere alarms bells were ringing about the UK’s future outside the EU

Welcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing, which, after more than three and a half years and nearly 170 instalments, will be landing in your inbox for the last time on 4 February – four days after Britain formally leaves the EU.

Full live and daily coverage of the key talks on the future relationship between the bloc and its first ex-member will, of course, continue in the Guardian as they advance, while our Brexit Means … podcast will provide monthly in-depth insights.

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21/01/2020 New teachers in line for above-inflation pay boost as ministers hail biggest shake-up 'in a generation' ,,Teachers are in line for the biggest shake-up of their pay "in a generation", Gavin Williamson has declared, as he unveiled plans for starting salaries to rise to £30,000 by 2022. www.politicshome.com Visit...
21/01/2020 Bosses urge Boris Johnson to give them 'certainty' and spell out plans for post-Brexit trade talks with Brussels ,,British business leaders have urged Boris Johnson to spell out his plans for post-Brexit trade talks with the European Union. www.politicshome.com Visit...
21/01/2020 Terrorists released from jail will face lie detector tests to prove they have been de-radicalised ,,Convicted terrorists out of prison on license will now face lie detector tests to prove they have been de-radicalised. www.politicshome.com Visit...
21/01/2020 Boris Johnson told to live up to election vows as poll finds North East voters feel most 'marginalised' ,,Boris Johnson has been urged to do more for voters in the North East of England as a new poll found that they feel more "marginalised" than the rest of the country. www.politicshome.com Visit...
20/01/2020 Setback for Boris Johnson as Lords amend Brexit bill ,,

Peers back three amendments including right of EU citizens to physical proof of right to stay in UK

Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal has received a setback in the Lords after three amendments to the bill were passed.

In the government’s first parliamentary defeat since the general election, peers voted for EU citizens to have the right to be given official documentation if they lawfully reside in the UK after Brexit.

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20/01/2020 Brexit: NI Assembly votes to withhold Brexit bill consent ,,MLAs were asked to consider elements of the Brexit bill that affect Northern Ireland. www.bbc.co.uk Visit...
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