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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.

Gove defends £705 million investment in Britain's post-Brexit borders, Leaders Council reports

The announcement of a £705 million funding package to help manage Britain’s post-Brexit borders has been defended by cabinet minister Michael Gove, the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland has reported.

Patel: UK “ready to welcome the best and brightest”

Home secretary Priti Patel has said that the UK is “ready to welcome the best and brightest global talent”, with further details of the government’s post-Brexit immigration plans due to come this week.

Scion Master exclusive, part 4: "Scientia potentia est"

In a series of interviews with The Parliamentary Review, educational consultancy Scion Mastery have discussed what they think are the biggest concerns facing the higher education sector. According to Director Inga Neaves, there is a “triple threat” of “Brexit, tightening budgets and unchecked expansion”, which she will cover in three separate pieces over the coming days.

Barnier: “Significant divergences” remain in UK-EU trade negotiations

Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier has said that there are still “significant divergences” between the UK and EU in talks over a free-trade agreement.

Foreign secretary to lay out new Sanctions Act in Parliament

Foreign secretary Dominic Raab is set to lay out the UK’s new sanctions framework which will come into force after Brexit, by naming the first offenders whose assets will be frozen.

UK government wins OneWeb bid

The UK government has taken a £400 million [$500 million] stake in bankrupt satellite firm OneWeb as it plans to replace the EU Galileo sat-nav system when the UK’s membership of it ends in January 2021.

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