Brexit news – live: Boris Johnson hopes Merkel can ‘unlock’ deal, as No 10 denies ...
Boris Johnson’s government hopes German chancellor Angela Merkel can “unlock” French president Emmanuel Macron on fishing rights – as reports suggest there is no movement from Paris on the sticking point, despite growing optimism a Brexit trade deal can be done. It comes as Sir Ivan Rogers, the UK’s former representative to Brussels, claimed some EU officials believe Mr Johnson may hold off on agreeing to any deal until he knows the outcome of the US presidential election. Sir Ivan said the PM would be less inclined to risk a no-deal outcome if Joe Biden wins, since the Democrat is much less likely than Donald Trump to agree a major UK-US free trade deal. A senior government said Sir Ivan’s...
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Germany passes one million COVID-19 cases as Europe eases restrictions
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Brexit briefing: 32 days until the end of the transition period
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Michel Barnier: Brexit talks continue even on Sunday
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Michel Barnier continues make-or-break Brexit talks
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Michele Barnier says Brexit talks are an ‘ongoing process’
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Michele Barnier departs Brexit talks with Lord Frost
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German restaurant packed with stuffed pandas in coronavirus protest
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Security law protest in Paris sees fires, water cannons and injuries
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Scuffles, flares and tear gas at protest over French security bill
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French Police Clash with Protesters in Paris over New Law
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Trust between EU and UK must be rebuilt to break Brexit deadlock, Irish PM tells Euronews
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EU seeks agreement on migration at high-level conference in Brussels
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