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The Day Today 19 January 2018

UK Foreign Sec Johnson suggests building bridge over the Channel to improve France-UK travel UK banks including RBS, Lloyds & HSBC offer measures for firms hit by Carillion collapse UK Amb to France Llewlyn: Brexit is the “next chapter” in UK-Franco relations Irish Leader of Opposition Martin: “we must question our views” on abortion and…

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The Day Today 18 January 2018

MPs vote in favour of Brexit legislation passing it to the House of Lords FT poll: majority of UK businesses want “regulatory alignment” UK govt will pay extra £44.5m for Calais migrant crisis Irish PM Varadkar: second UK referendum would not be ‘anti-democratic” German SPD top official: there is no “Plan B” if talks with…

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The Day Today 17 January 2018

UK PM May warns Tory MPs to back Brexit law or “risk chaos” Telegraph: UK Foreign Sec Johnson insists on commitment to giving NHS £100m a week Uk Shadow Brexit Sec Starmer dismisses all calls for 2nd EU referendum UK PM May invites right-wing Austrian leader Kurz to UK UK Business Sec Clark calls for “fast-track”…

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The Day Today 16 January 2018

UK Foreign Sec Johnson: 2016 referendum is a “total waste of time” if UK accepts poor Brexit deal BOE Tenreyro: two rate hikes are likely needed in three years leaving “ample time”, UK productivity forecasts have “ground for optimism” Scotland First Min Sturgeon: Hard Brexit will cost Scotland £13bn a year Guardian: EU toughens Brexit…

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The Day Today 15 January 2018

UK PM May will outline Brexit policies in February to stop cabinet in-fighting Bloomberg: rebelling Tory MPs will not fight Brexit legislation this time round, but leave it to be contested in the House of Lords UK Intl Dev Min Mordaunt: UK “won’t invest” in developing countries who fail to invest it properly UK Environment…

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