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Brexit: UK’s Internal Market Bill passes with ease

Isabel Infantes/AFP via Getty Images Brexit: UK’s Internal Market Bill passes with ease Bill will now go to the House of Lords after a tiny rebellion failed to prevent its passage. By Andrew McDonald 9/29/20, 10:28 PM CET Updated 9/29/20, 11:16 PM CET LONDON — The U.K.’s controversial Internal Market Bill easily cleared its final…

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Out of isolation, Michel invites EU leaders to summit

European Council President Charles Michel | Pool photo by Francisco Seco/AFP via Getty Images Out of isolation, Michel invites EU leaders to summit Heads of state and government will focus mainly on foreign policy, especially Turkey, with a footnote on Brexit talks. By David M. Herszenhorn 9/29/20, 9:55 PM CET Council President Charles Michel on…

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Boris Johnson confused by his own coronavirus rules

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on a visit to Exeter College in Exeter, England, on September 29, 2020 | Pool photo by Finbarr Webster/AFP via Getty Images Boris Johnson confused by his own coronavirus rules British PM had to correct himself after press conference gaffe. By Andrew McDonald 9/29/20, 4:25 PM CET Boris Johnson appeared…

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Covid: PM promises ‘radical’ shake-up of adult education

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPM: Covid has “massively accelerated changes that were already happening”. Boris Johnson has vowed “radical” changes to the adult education system in England to help boost the post-Covid economy. The prime minister said the pandemic had “massively accelerated” changes to the world of work, and made training…

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Brexit: MPs to vote again on government’s plan

Image copyright PA Media MPs are set to vote once again on Tuesday whether to back the government’s plans to override parts of its Brexit agreement with the EU.Amid concerns that the move would break international law, ministers have agreed to give Parliament a say before ever using the powers they would be granted by…