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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.

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.

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.

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.

“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.

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.

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