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In Pictures: Boris Johnson’s two years as PM marked by unprecedented challenges
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Brexit and COVID combine to leave supermarket shelves empty in the UK
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Daily politics briefing: July 21
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'Polexit' fears amid row over whether EU or Polish law reigns supreme
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'Devastating': Crops left to rot in England as Brexit begins to bite
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Bonfire tradition continues amid post-Brexit tensions
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Prospect of united Ireland edges closer, but anger on streets is growing
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Starmer hears NI parties’ concerns about implementation of Brexit
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"Divorce is always negative" - Michel Barnier gives an overview of Brexit
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Northern Ireland entrepreneurs face new challenges| Oneindia News
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Michel Barnier: Britain needs to respect the Brexit deal in order to maintain its image
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‘Wurst’ is behind us in UK-EU ‘sausage war’ – Boris Johnson
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Merkel visits UK: COVID travel and post-Brexit ties overshadow German Chancellor's trip
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Sunak: UK to become world's most "advanced" financial hub
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Brexit’s NI Protocol is lawful but conflicts with Acts of Union, judge rules
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EU, UK agree to three-month 'sausage war' ceasefire
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Post-Brexit residency: Many EU citizens face uncertainty as UK deadline arrives
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'Don't delay, apply today': Deadline for EU citizens to apply for settled status loomsMinisters have rejected demands to allow more time for EU citizens to register to stay in the UK after Brexit by declaring: "Don't delay, apply today."
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'They just need to get that into their heads': PM sends EU message over Northern Ireland rowBoris Johnson has vowed to "do whatever it takes" as he repeated his threat to suspend Brexit agreements with the EU over Northern Ireland.
Macron 'tells PM to keep his word' amid Northern Ireland sausage trade rowBoris Johnson has met with EU leaders in Cornwall amid the lingering row over post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland.
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G7 leaders arrive in Cornwall as PM looks for COVID vaccine deal - and to avoid Brexit rowWorld leaders have arrived in Cornwall for this weekend's G7 summit, as Boris Johnson looks to strike deals on COVID vaccines, girls' education and the environment.
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No breakthrough in sausage trade war as UK and EU hold 'frank and honest' talksDiscussions between the UK and the EU over post-Brexit rules in Northern Ireland have ended without an agreement being reached.
Sausage ban 'nonsensical', UK tells Brussels ahead of Northern Ireland talksEnvironment Secretary George Eustice has described a ban on exporting sausages and processed meats from Great Britain to Northern Ireland agreed as part of the Brexit process as "nonsensical".
Brexit supporting Wetherspoons boss calls for more EU migrationThe boss of Wetherspoons has urged the government to allow more migrants from the European Union to work in the UK, amid a staffing shortage triggered by the pandemic.
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Brexit border in Irish Sea 'playing fast and loose with peace process', warns new DUP leaderThe new leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) says maintaining a Brexit border in the Irish Sea is "playing fast and loose with the peace process".
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Barnier blames Tory 'low blows, quarrels and betrayals' for Brexit talks outcomeThe outcome of Brexit negotiations between Britain and the EU was determined by "the quarrels, low blows, multiple betrayals and thwarted ambitions of a certain number of Tory MPs", Michel Barnier has..
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PM hails 'final step in long journey' as European Parliament backs Brexit trade dealBoris Johnson has hailed the "final step in a long journey" after the European Parliament gave its approval to the post-Brexit trade deal.
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Number 10 rejects Juventus chair's claim PM saw European Super League as 'attack to Brexit'The chairman of Italian football giants Juventus - one of the clubs who attempted a breakaway European Super League - has suggested Boris Johnson was so opposed to the plan because it was viewed as "an..
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Prince Charles to reassure Greece post-Brexit ties will be 'strong and vital'The Prince of Wales is to deliver a post Brexit message of friendship to the people of Greece, describing the ties with the UK as "strong and vital".
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Revealed: How Brexit changed trade between Britain and IrelandThe volume of goods being ferried across the Irish Sea between Britain and Ireland has collapsed since the UK left the EU.
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