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Do not threaten Britain: Boris Johnson warns EU ahead of trade talks

DNA Saturday, 12 September 2020 ()
Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the European Union not to threaten Britain on Saturday, saying a bill which would breach a divorce treaty with the bloc was needed to protect the country`s integrity.
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News video: Trade talks in the balance after the UK rejects EU ultimatum

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Talks on a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU are hanging in the balance afterBrussels demanded the UK abandon plans to override key elements of theWithdrawal Agreement. At a stormy meeting in London on Thursday, the CabinetOffice Minister Michael Gove insisted the Government “could not and would...

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