Map. History of UK conflict

19 January 2018
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UK PM Theresa May: £40bn Brexit offer 'off the table' without final deal
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Greater Manchester Police officers investigating the deaths of three children in a house fire in Worsley have arrested a 23-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman on suspicion of murder
Britain urged Iran to release detained dual nationals, Johnson says
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PM May: We're not talking about paying for access in the future. Maybe for certain areas e.g. justice and home affairs areas where it makes sense for the UK to operate. We will not be members of the single market or the customs and we are not proposing that any part of the UK would be part of both of these
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PM May: We want o sort it out as part of the trade deal. I've been very clear that there will be no second referendum. This Parliament voted overwhelmingly to give the people a voice. They had their say and we must now deliver
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PM: We've always said we're not looking for a deal that's Norway, nor CITA. We're looking for a deal that's right for the UK. Labour would pay EU £££ forever. Following EU rules with no say over them. Zero control over immigration. Not a success of Brexit, it would be no Brexit
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PM May: I've been very clear, but the Labour Party has had 12 different plans. Corbyn says he wants to uphold the result of the referendum, but he later said he doesn't want the leave date of April 29th - we are upholding the referendum by actually leaving. Financial offer is on the table if we agree a partnership in the future. If we don't agree a partnership, it is off the table
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PM May: This is good news for people who voted leave who were worried we'd never leave. It's good news for people who voted remain who were worried we'd crash out without a deal
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PM May: This is not about a hard or soft Brexit. This is entirely in line with what I set out at Lancaster House and in Florence
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PM May: There will be no new borders within the United Kingdom. We will leave the Customs Union and the Single Market. Nothing in this deal compromises that. We will build a deep and special partnership with EU. If not, we'll look for specific solutions. If not, we'll maintain regulations in line with EU to ensure cross-community lines
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PM May: It was right we took time last week to listen to unionists across the country, including the DUP
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PM May: We will uphold the Belfast agreement in full. This agreement has been critical. There will be no hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland
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PM May: We are honouring our commitments and it's a fair deal for the British taxpayer as we'll soon see significant savings. The days of paying vast sums to the EU are coming to an end
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PM May: While we pay into the agreed EU budget spending, we will continue to be trading freely during our transition period
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PM May: EU citizens living in the UK will have their rights protected here in the UK. The jurisdiction of the ECJ is coming to an end. That's how it should be
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PM May: When we leave the EU, our laws will be enforced here, not in Luxembourg. EU citizens rights will be interpreted here, with due regard to ECJ case law. We've agreed that were case law is not clear, it can be referred to the ECJ. UK courts in charge
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PM May: We've got a fair settlement of the accounts - meeting our commitments.More than 3 million EU citizens make an extraordinary contribution to our national life. EU states also value contribution of 1m UK citizens. That's why it has always been my number 1 priority
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UK PM May: President Junker is recommending to the European Council that sufficient progress has been made in order to move onto phase two of negotiations. I want to pay tribute to David Davis for the calm and professional approach
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Greater Manchester Police says three children have died and another child is critically ill after a "suspicious" house fire in Worsley
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Three children dead in Salford house fire
The European Commission has said last week's agreement between the Commission Task Force and the UK in the Brexit negotiations was not "formally speaking" legally binding
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UK PM Theresa May hails new optimism in Brexit talks
Foreign ministers of Britain, UAE and Saudi Arabia are discussing developments in Yemen in Abu Dhabi
Network Rail has announced no 'CrossCountry' trains between Birmingham and Bristol in both directions will run for the rest of today because of a landslide caused by adverse weather conditions
Birmingham City Council's Corporate Director for Children and Young People says council-run schools and related school transport services will not operate tomorrow due to adverse weather conditions
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Qatar signs $8-bln deal to buy 24 Typhoon fighters from UK
Ireland and EU will hold UK to Brexit agreement, says Irish govt
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Trains canceled, flights grounded after snow hits Britain
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Former celebrity publicist Max Clifford has died aged 74 after collapsing at Littlehey Prison in Cambridgeshire
Britain has ways to secure no hard border with Ireland post-Brexit, says Northern Ireland minister James Brokenshire
Large parts of Britain hit by heavy snowfall; Massive travel disruption expected as more snow forecasted to fall across country
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Luton Airport says the runway has reopened for departures only after all flights were temporarily suspended earlier
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Heavy snow overnight on the N17 north of Tuam. Roads passable with care
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Britain offered 'statement of intent' on Irish border to unlock talks
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson raises case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in 'worthwhile' Iran trip
Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire says he "doesn't accept" that the Good Friday Agreement is preventing the UK from getting the Brexit it voted
Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire: The analysis is what the impact of regulation is. Analysis to inform that negotiation. We were clear we wouldn't publish anything which would affect our negotiations
"We've shown ability to move through into Phase 2 to get solutions that mean there isn't a hard border" says Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire
Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire: It is that positive outlook of seeing Northen Ireland in the UK and moving forward together as a whole
Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire on Brexit: It's been so important to move into phase 2 and now we have the opportunity to do so Paterson
British foreign secretary meets with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on the second of his two-day visit to Iran
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Brexit Secretary Davis: We've got about a year. That's why this week was important. the odds of a WTO, no deal situation has dropped significantly
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Brexit Secretary Davis: We want an overarching free trade deal with no tariffs with EU. We start with full alignment
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Brexit Secretary Davis: No divergence would have taken cut and paste rules we're not looking to create a circumstance where animal welfare is worse in the UK. We'll meet the outcomes
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Brexit Secretary Davis: EU opening bid was 100bn, we saw that on the front page of the Financial Times
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Brexit Secretary Davis: Cost of the leave the EU is about 30-40bn. It's very complex
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Brexit Secretary Davis: We know what the effective regulatory barriers are. When we started out we looked at doing a sector by sector negotiation but we're not doing that
Pakistan's High Commissioner to UK Syed Ibne Abbas directs consuls general to work for enhancing the bilateral trade between Pakistan and the United Kingdom, and adopt a more proactive approach in attracting the foreign investment to Pakistan