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Davis suggests Irish border deal is simply a “statement of intent”

David Davis has suggested that the agreement over the Ireland border was a “statement of intent", rather than something legally enforceable. The Brexit Secretary told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show that there was still potential for...
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Brexit: Theresa May confirms “no hard border” in Ireland

"Sufficient progress" has finally been made in Brexit negotiations as Theresa May announces there will be an avoidance of a hard border in Ireland. At a press conference on Friday morning, the Prime Minister revealed...

“We need Moore”: Trump supports Senate candidate amid sexual assault allegations

Donald Trump took to Twitter to endorse the Senate candidate Roy Moore, despite the allegations of sexual misconduct that emerged last month. In his post, the US President said Moore was needed due to putting a stop...
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Brexit: May yet to reach Irish border deal

Ahead of the meeting with EU leaders on Monday, the Prime Minister has admitted she has yet to resolve the Irish border problem.  Despite attempts to find a solution over the weekend, there has not...
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May rebukes Trump’s Twitter action

Theresa May has made her first rebuke of Donald Trump, following his retweet of far-right group Britain First's propaganda video. Speaking on a trip to Jordan, the Prime Minister said: "The fact that we work together, does not...

Deal on Irish border remains “doable”, says Ireland’s deputy prime minister

Simon Coveney, Ireland's deputy prime minister, has said he is optimistic about resolving a deal on the Irish/British border after confirming talks with the Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist party. Speaking on Friday, Coveney said: “I think it is...
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Brexit: Irish border cannot be resolved until trade deal agreed, says Fox

Liam Fox has said that a final decision on the Northern Irish border can only be made when a UK-EU trade deal has been made. The UK's international trade secretary told Sky News that talks regarding...
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Theresa May ‘to go’ by Christmas

As Prime Minister Theresa May battles against a rising tide of controversy, it's looking increasingly she'll be forced to resign before the year is out. May has been hit by scandal after scandal in the...