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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.

Scion Mastery exclusive, part one: "Brexit – a bombshell, but business as usual"

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.

“Significant” disagreements remain in UK-EU trade negotiations

The UK and EU have both said that significant differences remain in negotiations over a post-Brexit free-trade agreement, after the latest round of talks took place face-to-face in Brussels this week.

William Hague: government ‘right in theory, muddled in practice’ on civil service reform

Michael Gove delivered a speech on Saturday setting out the government’s vision for reforming the civil service. As if to display the full force of their intent, this was followed a few hours later by the announcement that Sir Mark Sedwill would be departing as cabinet secretary.

UK and EU “not far apart” on future relationship, PM says

Prime minister Boris Johnson has said that the UK and EU are “not far apart” in terms of their respective positions on post-Brexit relations, but both sides agreed that talks needed “new momentum” after remote talks on Monday.

PM poised for talks with EU figureheads on Monday

Prime minister Boris Johnson will engage EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, European Council president Charles Michel and European Parliament president David-Maria Sassoli in video-conference talks on Monday to help revive post-Brexit trade negotiations.

Scottish and Welsh first ministers warn against no extension to post-Brexit transition period

The first ministers of Scotland and Wales, Nicola Sturgeon and Mark Drakeford, have written a joint letter to the prime minister asking the government to reconsider its stance on extending the post-Brexit transition period beyond the end of the year.

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