24 September 2021
Europe: EU chief Ursula von der Leyen and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson agree he is "responsible" for "going the extra mile" on Brexit talks, statement says
European Commission President: It was agreed to extend the Brexit negotiation
European Commission President: We have agreed with Johnson to continue negotiating on Brexit
Britain and the European Union: We made progress on the trade agreement
A man has been arrested after police officers were doused in petrol and a property set alight in Bolton. Officers were attempting to detain the 51-year-old over domestic violence offences when he threw the petrol over them as well as himself and part of the property in
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Johnson and Von der Leyen to discuss Brexit by phone at noon, Downing Street reports
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British Foreign Secretary: We need movement and flexibility to exit the European Union
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British Foreign Secretary: The door is open to extend the deadline for exit with an agreement on Brexit
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British Foreign Secretary: Reaching a trade agreement within the Brexit takes time, and we call on the European Union to be flexible
France on Saturday ignored Britain's plans to deploy warships to protect its fishing rights following a possible no-deal Brexit. "Keep calm and carry on" (Élysée)
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A MURDER investigation is under way in Yeovil this morning (December 12) after a 40-year-old man has sadly died. Avon and Somerset Police were called to the incident at 12.30am at a flat on Henford Hill
Abdullah bin Zayed meets with British Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa
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UK imposed travel ban on a Pakistani former police officer and has frozen his assets
UK: Four Royal Navy patrol vessels will be ready from January 1 to help Britain protect its fishing waters in the event of a no-deal Brexit, The Guardian reported on Friday9 month ago
UK: Four Royal Navy patrol vessels will be ready from January 1 to help Britain protect its fishing waters in the event of a no-deal Brexit, The Guardian reported on Friday
Police: A week ago today Sohail Ali was fatally stabbed in Summerfield Park WinsonGreen. We've charged 3 with murder. But we need to speak to 2 potentially key witnesses, a man on a bike & another carrying shopping, who were in park at the time
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An elderly woman runs over 5 people in the north of the British capital
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The British pound records more losses after Johnson's statement about Brexit
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Johnson: It is very likely to leave the European Union without a deal
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SEVERAL people are injured after a car mounted the pavement and ploughed into pedestrians in the Hackney area of London. Police confirmed that the incident is not terror related
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The AstraZeneca laboratory and Russia will conduct trials to combine their vaccines
Gov't deplores display of Hong Kong flag at 'provocative' meeting between UK minister and activist Nathan Law9 month ago
Gov't deplores display of Hong Kong flag at 'provocative' meeting between UK minister and activist Nathan Law
The British pound is falling9 month ago
The British pound is falling
The European Commission presents a series of "contingency" guidelines for its members to prepare for a Brexit without an agreement on January 1, given the stalled situation of the negotiations between the United Kingdom and Brussels
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In the midst of the deadlocked talks with the EU, Great Britain has sealed a trade pact with the city-state of Singapore. The deal covers bilateral trade in goods and services valued at over £ 17 billion
European Commission: We are preparing for Brexit without any agreement with Britain
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. @UKSyriaRep says "I am sure when Syrians get their freedom & support. They've the spirit, determination & energy needed to rebuild their torn out home". Hoping that the decisions makers will finally do this, before it's too late
British Home Secretary Priti Patel pledged to stand by Hongkongers on Wednesday, after meeting self-exiled activist Nathan Law for the first time since he fled to the UK in light of the national security law9 month ago
British Home Secretary Priti Patel pledged to "stand by" Hongkongers on Wednesday, after meeting self-exiled activist Nathan Law for the first time since he fled to the UK in light of the national security law
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Downing Street says "significant obstacles" remain in negotiations with the EU and "it is still unclear whether these can be bridged" with Prime Minister and EU Commission President agreeing "that by Sunday a firm decision should be taken about the future" of Brexit talks
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Boris Johnson on Wednesday warned the European Union that it must drop demands he believes are unacceptable if there is to be a Brexit trade deal to avoid a turbulent breakdown in three weeks
The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court announced that it was ending a preliminary investigation into alleged war crimes committed by British soldiers after the US-led invasion of Iraq
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