Map. History of UK conflict

18 February 2018
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Angus Robertson has announced he is stepping down as SNP depute leader with immediate effect saying he wants to pursue "new career opportunities"
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Britain: Finsbury mosque attacker is facing 43 years in prison
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London mosque terror attacker jailed for minimum of 43 years
The Irish Special Criminal Court has accepted evidence identifying Patrick Hutch as one of the gunmen involved in the murder at the Regency Hotel
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Brexit Secretary David Davis says he will meet the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier in London on Monday for talks which he says will be an "important next step in our work to build a new partnership" with the EU
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Police say a 33-year-old woman has been arrested in Derby on suspicion of arson in connection with a fire at Nottingham railway station last month
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Theresa May and Liam Fox clash on EU customs union after Brexit
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PM May says Brexit transition deal will be agreed in seven weeks
Coláiste Ráithín Bray is on the march this morning, demanding access to their new school building, 98% complete but mired in Carillion collapse aftermath
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'Very difficult' for Britain to stay in any EU customs union after Brexit - trade minister
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May's spokesman says the prime minister retains full confidence in junior Brexit minister Steve Baker after he is accused of maligning government officials
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British minister preparing to resign and denounce May - Sun newspaper
EU cannot guarantee Britain's rights vs. third states after Brexit
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British PM May wants EU citizens' rights to change after transition: spokesman
British Prime Minister May meets with Chinese President Xi on a visit aimed at mapping out new trading arrangements following Britain's departure from the European Union
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David Davis: (hard Brexit impact) one of the difficulties is that forecasts have often proven "entirely wrong" and mount to opinions, not evidence – employment has grown to record levels despite forecasts
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Cabinet Office Minister Oliver Dowden says the Government met outsourcing firm Capita yesterday after the company issued a profit warning
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David Davis: (leaked Brexit impact papers) I told the Select Committee that this work was under way last December
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David Davis: the implementation period will be strictly time-limited and see a continuation of exiting structures and rules, we'll no longer be an EU member which is a legal requirement for signing new trade deals
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David Davis: the purpose of the implementation period is to ensure that businesses face stability in the run up to the future relationship – that's why companies and the CBI welcome it
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Davis: (will the UK accept EU demands on the transition?) there's a negotiation to be had, the key area for me is the question of our right to sign trade deals during the transition so we can bring them into force after we leave – that's a massive advantage for the UK to have
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David Davis: we hope to move quickly to begin detailed discussions on the implementation period, we are confident we can reach a political agreement by March
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David Davis: (free movement during transition) nothing is agreed until everything is agreed, but in the joint report which we concluded in December, the EU agreed that the end date for ongoing permanent residents' rights will be March 2019 Brexit
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David Davis: the duration of the implementation period should be in the region of about two years, the UK-EU joint aim is to give individuals, businesses, and governments the time to plan and initiate the necessary changes to allow a smooth and orderly transition
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David Davis: (costing of implications of bespoke deal) we will of course release all the information necessary once it's no longer sensitive to the negotiations but before the House makes a decision
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David Davis: (bespoke deal) we've made plain what we see as different to other options, in the free trade deal we're seeking a comprehensive and tariff free deal, on the customs agreement we're aiming for the most frictionless possible
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Davis: (citizens' rights) we will be discussing with the EU in some detail the treatment of people post- Brexit, they will be treated properly, we will not do anything that will undermine our economy, we will do everything possible to ensure impacted industries will be supported
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David Davis: I set out last week what we would like to see in the implementation period, that work has not stopped, I will shortly be meeting Mr. Barnier to continue the process
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David Davis: (will the UK accept the EU's guidelines for phase 2 of the negotiations?) it's not for us to accept or reject the EU's directives, this is their mandate for talks and we have our own set of objectives
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David Davis: during the transition period, the primary concern I have is new laws coming into effect over which we have had no say, and we will be aiming to set up arrangements to ensure they do not do harm to the UK