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Frost: UK-EU trade deal could be in place by September

Chief UK negotiator David Frost has this week said that a free-trade deal with the EU could be agreed as early as September, the Telegraph reports.

PM promises “sensitive” NI centenary during trip

During a visit to Northern Ireland this week, prime minister Boris Johnson said that next year’s centenary celebration of the country should be held in a “sensitive” manner “to the point of view of all communities”.

Cheesed off: Stilton proves to be unexpected barrier in UK-Japan trade talks, FT reports

While talks over a UK-Japan trade deal are ongoing, the Financial Times reports that negotiations may have hit a snag after international trade secretary Liz Truss sought better terms for trading British blue cheeses.

PM hints at changes to UK asylum laws after Brexit

Prime minister Boris Johnson has said that his government must weigh up changing asylum laws after Brexit to deter migrants from attempting to cross the English Channel, calling it “very, very difficult” to legally return those who make the crossing from France at present.

UK and Japan nearing trade deal

The UK and Japan are aiming to have the outline of a post-Brexit trade deal agreed by the end of August following face-to-face talks in London last week.

Government to invest £355 million into Great Britain and Northern Ireland trade

The UK government will invest £355 million into launching a new system for moving goods from Great Britain into Northern Ireland, as a requirement of the EU Withdrawal Agreement.

Post-Brexit trade deal still some way off, UK and EU say

The UK and EU negotiating teams have both admitted that a post-Brexit trade deal is still some way off being agreed after the latest round of negotiations took place in London this week.

Government sets out plans to hand new post-Brexit powers to devolved administrations

The UK government has revealed its plans to hand power over issues previously governed by the EU to the devolved administrations after the post-Brexit transition period lapses in December.

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