Secretary of State Bradley explains there will be no new infrastructure AT the border after Brexit due to security reasons, and cannot speculate on new infrastructure being needed at some other place because customs arrangements not decided yet

Map. History of UK conflict

26 May 2018
1 week ago
No sign of illegal co-ordination among Brexit campaigners: data firm
1 week ago
Metropolitan Police says the 85-year-old woman who was found dead in Romford in east London after being "subjected to a cowardly assault" has been named as Rosina Coleman
1 week ago
Peers in the House of Lords have voted in favour of an amendment to the EU withdrawal bill demanding environmental protections after Brexit including the creation of an environmental standards watchdog
1 week ago
Oxfam UK chief quits following Haiti scandal: charity
1 week ago
UK Transport Secretary Chris Grayling announces that the East Coast rail franchise will be brought back under government control
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UK PM Theresa May warns Tory Brexit rebels voting against Government's plans risks damaging 'integrity' of UK politics
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UK PM Theresa May ally signals an "open mind" on the least-favored customs option for Brexit
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Scotland Yard has said an 85-year-old woman has been found dead at her home in Romford in east London after being "subjected to a cowardly assault that left her with serious injuries"
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UK PM May: We've worked hard on this and we want to deliver a Brexit that's good for the whole UK
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The Government will fully fund the removal of dangerous cladding from tower blocks by councils and housing associations at an estimated cost of £400 million, Theresa May tells MPs
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UK PM May: We need to trade in as frictionless way as possible. Trade isn't entirely frictionless. It won't be easy. Some will say forget about it - but that's not our position. Some will say don't worry aobut border - that's not our position. We'll publish white paper soon
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UK PM May: We are working with them. We are protecting our own internal market. Welsh govt agree as well as some in Scotland. We need to respect devolution and maintain market
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UK PM May: It's disappointing, we've been working hard. That's why Wales has agreed. We want to respect devolution and the internal market and it should be remembered that Scotland vote to remain in the UK
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UK PM: Can I just say, we've seen company after company announcing investment in this country leading to more jobs. Yes we need to ensure customs arrangements and that's what we're working to do
1 week ago
[email protected]_may: EU Withdrawal Bill sets out mechanism that respects devolution while also maintaining integrity of the UK's common market Government is disappointed at Scottish Parliament not granting its consent
1 week ago
PM @theresa_may speaking at @HouseofCommons on post-Brexit borders/customs: Government and HMRC are making preparations for all contingencies
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PM @theresa_may: There are 3 objectives for future customs arrangements: as frictionless trade as possible, no hard border in Ireland, independent trade policy White paper published soon will show how much progress has been made in the last weeks
Theresa May insisted that the Conservative party will deliver a Brexit that is in the interests of the British people1 week ago
Theresa May insisted that the Conservative party will deliver a Brexit "that is in the interests of the British people"
1 week ago
Bradley on post-Brexit customs arrangements models: both proposals could possibly work, but there are concerns with both and investigation over options available continues
1 week ago
Secretary of State Bradley explains there will be no new infrastructure AT the border after Brexit due to security reasons, and cannot speculate on new infrastructure being needed at some other place because customs arrangements not decided yet
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley speaking in @CommonsEU about Irish border after Brexit: There will be no new physical infrastructure, no new cameras, no new checks at the NI/Ireland border
1 week ago
Police are assisting @LondonFire following reports of a gas leak in Chapel Market Islington. Nearby buildings have been evacuated and road closures are in place. No reported injuries
1 week ago
Britain will not ask for longer Brexit transition period: minister
1 week ago
Britain really is losing the plot in its obsession with the EU customs union
1 week ago
Erdogan's in Downing Street ahead of talks with Theresa May earlier
The Scottish Parliament has passed a motion stating it does not consent to the Government's EU Withdrawal Bill by 93 votes to 30
"It feels to me as though in lots of areas Moscow is testing the west, testing to see what it can get away with" per Britain's @MichaelHTatham "It is very important that when we're tested we show we're responding to that test"
Russia needs to know it will pay an "enduring price" for outrageous behavior, says @UKinUSA's @MichaelHTatham
1 week ago
Britain's Middle East minister criticises U.S. after Gaza bloodshed
The British Envoy at U.N.: Jerusalem must be a joint capital of the two states of Israel and Palestine
1 week ago
Boris Johnson: Important UNSC session on Gaza today. Vital situation is deescalated. Call on @nmladenov to bring forward proposals, including easing access and movement restrictions and support for development projects. Fully back Egypt-led reconciliation and full PA administration of Gaza Strip
1 week ago
Committee of British lawmakers says Facebook has not fully answered its questions about data privacy with sufficient detail or evidence
1 week ago
Britain: U.S. needs better understanding of Israeli-Palestinian conflict
1 week ago
UK general: "War's brutal and if you want to fight in cities, everything is heightened. The idea you could capture a city like Mosul or Raqqa without civilian casualties is frankly a fools errand"
1 week ago
UK's Johnson: we should not pursue government change in Iran
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Britain calls for an independent investigation into the events in Gaza
[email protected] calls on Irish government to expel the Israeli ambassador and to enforce trade sanctions against Israel
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UK Air Commodore Johnny Stringer: Most complex airspace any of us can remember, full stop. At the height of my time the Russian hotline was being used around 15 times a day
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UK Air Commodore Johnny Stringer: Our Sentinel stand-off radar provided about 25%-30% of the overall coalition contribution
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UK general: We were able to put everything we had into it (intel gathering). One of the key UK contributions has been quality and number of intelligence analysts we've put into this
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UK Major General @rupertthjones about Mosul air operation: "Other nations look to the UK to follow our lead to some degree. The Air Force relative to its size has not operated at this tempo since 1945. What the UK can bring is in the quality of its people. The more the Iraqis have got back into their stride its been them dictating the pace"
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