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Sara Cox furiously doubted the UK’s chances without the EU after Brexit: “Feather off cliff edge!” | Celebrity News | Show biz & TV

Sara is one of the UK’s most requested presenters, having hosted a series of shows with the BBC. She currently hosts the Drivetime show on BBC Radio 2 and has also featured shows such as The Great Pottery Throw Down, Too Much TV and Back in Time For … This …

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Brexit: NI Firms Insist ‘Don’t Ditch Protocol’ As Dual Status Bonus | Politics | New

Northern Ireland businesses have spoken out against the removal of the Brexit protocol. The UK government’s chief Brexit negotiator Lord Frost has negotiated a deal with the EU on customs arrangements. In the absence of an agreement between London and Brussels, Boris Johnson could trigger Article 16 and cancel the …

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Post-Brexit talks will ‘probably’ continue next year – POLITICO

Discussions between the EU and UK over Northern Ireland’s trade rules will “likely” continue next year, the European Commission’s Brexit official said on Tuesday. Maroš Šefčovič told POLITICO in an interview he was “probably too ambitious” when he previously said discussions on customs and food controls or the role of …

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Brexit threatens to spark sectarian violence in Northern Ireland | International

Patrick works behind the butcher’s counter Clooney Meats, in the Protestant district of London (Derry, for Catholics), Northern Ireland. You couldn’t be more British, with your straw hat and striped apron, like all butchers in the UK who pride themselves on their trade. The most appropriate, without a doubt, to …

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Border protests take place over threat to invoke article 16

Hundreds of people took part in border protests today calling on UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to drop the threat to invoke Article 16. The five protests took place as talks continue in Brussels between the EU and the UK government to reach an agreement on how the Northern Ireland …

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ECOWAS Finance Ministers deliberate on community levy

Last Friday, the finance ministers of the ECOWAS region held their sixth meeting in Accra, Ghana, to deliberate on the community levy. The meeting also focused on the consolidation of the ECOWAS Customs Union. With the exception of Mali and Guinea who had no representative at the meeting due to …

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Irish freight traffic decreases with Britain but thrives with the EU, data shows

Freight traffic between Britain and Ireland has fallen sharply since the UK’s exit from the customs union in January this year. According to new figures released by the boss of an Irish Sea freight ferry service, freight volumes between January and July for routes connecting Britain to Ireland and Northern …

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Brexit trade war would have ‘immediate and devastating’ impact on UK economy, industry warns

British business leaders have urged Boris Johnson’s government not to suspend the Brexit deal with the EU, warning that it could launch a “devastating” trade war in the weeks to come. Brexit Minister Lord Frost said last week that the option to trigger Article 16 to suspend the Northern Ireland …

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Latest updates: Beyond Meat tumbles 17% after blaming weak outlook on “continuing uncertainty”

Uber’s policy of charging a “wait time” fee if a customer takes more than two minutes to board the vehicle discriminates against people with disabilities, a lawsuit brought against the company by the company has alleged. US Department of Justice. The additional charge was introduced in April 2016, the department …

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Conditions are in place to suspend Irish protocol, says Unionist leader – EURACTIV.com

The leader of Northern Ireland’s largest Unionist party hinted on Monday (November 8th) that the UK should suspend the Northern Ireland protocol because it undermines the Good Friday peace deal. “The conditions are ripe to trigger Article 16,” said Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson. “The protocol upsets …

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