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The Day Today 6 December 2017

Telegraph: UK Education Sec Gove and Foreign Sec Johnson lead revolt against UK PM May and her ‘soft Brexit’ Sky: 2 men will appear in court accused of Islamist plot to assassinate UK PM May Brexit talks will resume later this week despite failed deal Spiegel Poll: SPD voters favour German minority government over another…

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The Day Today 5 December 2017

Brexit deal negotiations reactions; UK PM May’s proposed Brexit deal fell through last night N Ireland DUP Leader Foster: DUP have been “very clear” that “N Ireland must leave the EU on the same terms as the rest of the UK” London Mayor Khan suggests London should get unique deal independent from the rest of the UK Scotland…

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The Day Today 4 December 2017

FT: UK PM May hopes to sign-off on Brexit Bill with EU Pres Juncker this lunchtime Role of the ECJ for EU citizens in the UK is final hurdle before deal can be signed CBI organisation: clarity on Brexit is needed this week to allow businesses to protect investments Rtrs Poll; ~50% of Britons support…

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The Day Today 1 December 2017

BBC: “thousands” of pornographic images found on UK PM Dep Green work computer UK PM May calls Pres Trump’s decision to retweet right-wing anti-Muslim tweets “hateful” and “wrong” Labour Leader Corbyn: financial sector are “speculators and gamblers who crashed our economy” Telegraph: BOE warns against increasing UK borrowing UK Committee for Exiting EU: it is…

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The Day Today 30 November 2017

Reaction to Trump retweeting UK right-wing nationalist party videos: UK Home Sec Rudd (in response to Pres Trump condemnation of UK PM May): remember “bigger picture” of US-UK relations London Mayor Kahn calls for any Pres Trump official visit to UK to be cancelled UK PM May: “where Islamist extremism does exist it should be…

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