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EU’s top court blocks states from gathering user data for surveillance

The EU’s top court has ruled to limit national governments’ ability to force tech companies to gather troves ...
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Brussels resists plan to safeguard post-Brexit share trading

Brussels has pushed back against a move by EU governments to legislate against future friction over access to ...
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Brussels reaffirms post-Brexit stance on airline ownership rules

Europe's transport chief has warned airlines that they must face up to their obligations to overhaul share-ownership structures ...
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‘Maoist’ Downing Street faces its own revolution

Power is not given away; it must always be taken. Over decades, UK MPs have slowly given ground ...
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Trump’s Covid-19 condition, a look at post-Brexit finserv

Donald Trump’s doctors said the president could be discharged from hospital today, after a weekend of mixed messages ...
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UK business research links to Europe plunge after Brexit vote

International collaboration by British businesses under the EU’s flagship research grant scheme have almost halved since the 2016 ...
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Barnier to hold fisheries talks in bid to break Brexit deadlock

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator is set to hold bilateral talks with ministers from the bloc’s key fishing ...
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Brexit uncertainty causes ‘hiring paralysis’ for London asset managers

The number of asset management employees flatlined in the UK last year while increasing in rival fund centre ...
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Johnson and von der Leyen agree to ‘intensified’ trade talks

Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen agreed on Saturday to work together to unlock an EU-UK trade ...
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EU and UK prepare for last-ditch Brexit talks

Boris Johnson and the EU are preparing to kick off an intensified period of Brexit trade talks in ...
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