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UK ministers accused of turning blind eye to any Russian interference

British ministers have been accused of turning a blind eye to possible interference by Moscow in the 2016 ...
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The Russian threat to the UK’s democratic system

© Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP The main target of the intelligence and security committee’s report on alleged Russian interference, suppressed ...
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Fears EU-UK trade talks will bear no fruit until autumn

Post-Brexit trade talks are set to drag into the autumn after British officials admitted that negotiations this week ...
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Manufacturers urge government to clarify UK’s new standards regime

The government has run out of time to introduce a new UK quality assurance scheme to replace the ...
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Scotland may be the price of Boris Johnson’s place in history

Boris Johnson’s place in history is already assured. Less clear is what the British prime minister will be ...
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Fund groups urge UK to back EU green finance rules

An organisation representing asset managers including Aviva Investors, Columbia Threadneedle and Hermes has urged the UK government to ...
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Ashford residents resign themselves to the realities of Brexit

St Mary’s Church in Sevington, Kent, borders the government’s proposed customs site for post-Brexit checks on trucks © ...
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If only Michael Gove heeded ‘Captain Foresight’ on Brexit

Michael Gove’s speeches are refreshing. The UK cabinet office minister quotes Gramsci and W.H. Auden. He doesn’t use ...
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Reality punctures Britain’s Brexit balloon

A new UK government promotional film urges Britons to “get going” in the preparations for the sunny uplands ...
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Weekly Briefing: Attention turns to the structure of next phase Brexit talks

Writing for ConservativeHome, Open Europe’s Acting Director, Stephen Booth, examines what lies ahead for the next phase of the Brexit ...
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