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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.

China Research Group calls for TikTok security probe

The China Research Group of Conservative MPs has urged the government to task security services with a review into influential app TikTok before its Chinese parent company, Bytedance, makes a decision over whether to base its headquarters in the UK.

"Our future lies in collaboration": MD of ETD Consulting discusses innovation, R and D, and exceptionalism

Dr Ahmed Shibli, managing director of ETD Consulting, shares his thoughts on what he calls the myth of exceptionalism in scientific innovation and research & development.

ONS: England had highest rate of excess deaths in Europe from February to June

The Office for National Statistics has said that England had the second highest peak death rate in Europe and the highest level of excess deaths of any European country between the end of February and the middle of June.

PM defends decision to reintroduce quarantine for travellers from Spain

Prime minister Boris Johnson has defended the government’s decision to remove Spain from its list of quarantine exempt nations, saying that there are indications that a “second wave” of Covid-19 cases is occurring in Europe.

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.

Johnson champions “might” of the union ahead of Scotland visit

Prime minister Boris Johnson has said that the UK’s response to the Covid-19 crisis has demonstrated the “sheer might” of the union and has saved 900,000 Scottish jobs as he prepares to visit Scotland on Thursday.

PMQs: Government guilty of being complacent over national security, Labour leader says

Speaking at Wednesday’s Prime Minister’s Questions, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said the government has been complacent with the UK’s national security and has left a “serious gap in our defences”.

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