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Brexit and NI protocol take center stage after Balmoral Show returns

The Balmoral Show is back. “I’ve seen people here that I haven’t seen in two years,” says farmer Desy O’Hanlon. “It’s good to see it and start over. The country needed it. Held at the site of the former Maze Prison in Lisburn, County Antrim, the Balmoral Show – which …

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Boris Johnson live news: Latest Brexit updates as Biden dash hopes for US trade deal

Watch Live Dominic Raab vs. Angela Rayner at PMQ Joe Biden is “wrong” to be worried about the UK-EU disagreement over post-Brexit trade in Northern Ireland, a cabinet minister said. Environment Secretary George Eustice said on Wednesday that the US president did not “fully” understand how “complicated” the situation was, …

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EU hopes to resolve Brexit trade concerns in Northern Ireland by the end of the year | The powerful 790 KFGO

By Philippe Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union hopes to resolve Northern Ireland’s trade woes by the end of the year, the EU’s post-Brexit coordinator said on Tuesday, while warning London against unilateral suspension of the terms of the divorce agreement. European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic, who oversees the …

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No, not everything can be blamed on Brexit

My mother would be truly upset when the left blamed Margaret Thatcher for all of the country’s woes, even 20 years after she left office. “Why can’t they just leave her alone?” She would ask. The global financial crisis – blame Maggie. Rise in homophobia – blame Maggie for section …

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Johnson’s claim that the Dutch PM offered to mediate in line with Brexit is not true, sources say | Brexit

Boris Johnson got into a diplomatic row with one of the UK’s closest allies after claiming the Dutch Prime Minister sought to “mediate” between Brussels and London over post-Brexit arrangements for Ireland from North. Speaking to reporters on a plane bound for New York for a meeting of the United …

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Brexit LIVE: snub from the EU! Britain signs landmark “power-sharing” deal with Norway | Politics | New

The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy said the deal precedes the start of commercial testing operations in October of the North Sea Link, the first power interconnector between the two countries. UK ministers said the North Sea Link would help reduce wholesale electricity prices and cited an estimate …

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Brexit LIVE: That’s what we left for! ‘Prime engine’ Britain to eclipse EU in new race for power | Politics | New

UK-US trade deal: tech tax impact discussed by expert Marco Alverà said the flexibility of Brexit gives the UK the ‘first-come’ advantage. He added: “Here [in the EU] we have to agree on incentives with a lot of people. “We have to make carbon border adjustments with a lot of …

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Edinburgh restaurateur announces closure of Maison Bleue Morningside restaurant, blames impact of Brexit and Covid

The Blue House in Morningside, which has been open for five years, is now closed, with understaffing cited as one of the main reasons for the move. Despite “great success” and “high demand”, Dean Gassabi, 65, who runs the Blue House in Edinburgh on Victoria Street as well as the …

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Submarine deal gives post-Brexit Britain its moment on the world stage

LONDON – As relations between France and the United States sink to their lowest level in decades, Britain has become the unlikely winner of a maritime security alliance that has sown anger and recriminations on three continents. The British government played an early role in negotiating a three-way alliance with …

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FACT CHECK: Andrew Neil’s Brexit supply chain claims Question Time

“Broadcaster Andrew Neil says the reason for the shortage of truck drivers is’ they only earn 28,000 a year” and that “we have to start paying people better, with higher wages” “- Tweet from BBC Question Time, September 16 More than 15,000 European drivers have returned home after Brexit and …

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