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Away from the spotlight, Brexit talks continue to wilt

The fourth stage of Brexit talks have taken place over Zoom, with chief negotiators Michel Barnier and David Frost hammering out the big questions of the Irish border, fisheries, and tariffs. These talks seek to flesh out the final stage of negotiations.

Failure to agree EU trade deal could threaten Sunderland car plant

The global chief operating officer of Nissan has warned that its Sunderland car manufacturing plant will be “unsustainable” if the UK and EU do not reach a tariff-free trade deal.

Immigration Bill returns to Parliament this week

The Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination [EU Withdrawal] Bill for the government’s new points-based immigration system will be put to MPs in the House of Commons this week.

Latest UK-EU trade talks yield “very little progress”

The UK government has said that the latest round of negotiations with the EU this week over a post-Brexit trade deal has led to “very little progress”.

Third round of UK-EU trade negotiations underway

Talks over a post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and EU have restarted this week, with a decision set to be made on the future of negotiations at a key summit in June.

PMQs: Raab deputises for Boris Johnson after Carrie Symonds gives birth

Deputising for prime minister Boris Johnson at Wednesday’s Prime Minister’s Questions in Parliament following the birth of Johnson's son, foreign secretary Dominic Raab informed MPs that the government plans to “ramp up testing in care homes, overhaul the way PPE is delivered and expand the care workforce by 20,000.”

HSF: It is hard to understand why we are still required to meet such a tight Brexit timeframe

HSF discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected them.

Home Office tells EU settlement applicants to expect delays

The Home Office has announced that citizens from the European Union who are applying to settle in the UK permanently following Brexit may face delays as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

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