Boris Johnson has said it is “very, very likely” the UK will fail to strike aBrexit trade deal with the European Union and will leave the bloc on WorldTrade Organisation terms. The Prime Minister told reporters on a visit toBlyth in Northumberland: “We are always hopeful, and as you know thenegotiations are continuing and we’ve got our teams still out there inBrussels."
Boris Johnson will not attend the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral to allow for the attendance of as many family members as possible during coronavirus restrictions, No 10 has said.Meanwhile, sporting bodies are in discussions regarding plans for next Saturday’s fixtures
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IMachines that munch through trees in seconds are being used to speed up the restoration process in one of the UK’s most important peat habitats.Demand for timber in the post-war era saw spruce planted in the unique Border Mires network near Kielder Water in Northumberland, with drainage put in to help them grow.That dried out the nationally important sphagnum bog and the tree cover blocked out light in an environment where rare plant species should thrive.
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Boris Johnson has said the UK faces a 'hard struggle' in the coming months butthe country will bounce back from coronavirus in 2021. In his new yearmessage, the Prime Minister reflected on the past 12..
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