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Sir Robbie Gibb concerned that preferred candidate would damage relations with government
EU countries ban travel from the UK as a new virus strain spreads
The UK and EU agreed in a ‘constructive’ call on Sunday to ‘go the extra mile’ in search of a deal
How the UK's departure from the EU will affect Europe
European policymakers are preparing to relax Covid-19 lockdowns — and 'save Christmas'
President-elect Joe Biden will face a power struggle between liberal and progressive Democrats
Fresh lockdowns in Europe trigger a flurry of downgrades to economic growth forecasts
Pandemic-struck EU member states hesitate to reach for recovery fund loans due to debt concerns
Economists warn Europe’s economy could hit a double-dip recession with Covid-19 second wave
Silicon Valley giants such as Facebook and Apple are among those in the EU’s crosshairs
Donald Trump’s doctors said the president could be discharged from hospital today after testing positive for Covid-19
Argentina’s newly restructured dollar bonds have slumped weeks after its restructuring
An exposé that takes in Skripal, Trump 2016 and the UK’s long-delayed Russia report
The pandemic causes an awkward problem: can the UK reach out to Brussels?
Office for Budget Responsibility spells out the possible effects of the UK’s split from Europe
EU leaders look to ‘economic rationality’ in talks with UK
Former Brexit secretary says French believe the UK is home to all wild west deregulation
Brexit negotiator will say Britain seeks same sort of deal Brussels signed with similar nations
What might an Irish coalition government featuring nationalist party mean for UK-Ireland relations?
With 11 months to go until a trade deal must be in place both sides are talking tough
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UK government believes twin-track approach will give it greater leverage
Ordering the bell to chime will undermine the PM’s promise to unite the UK
The further UK diverges from EU regulations, the harder it will be to maintain its current level of access to single market
A key challenge for PM will be removing any need for costly border checks into rest of UK