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Trade secretary Truss takes swipe at Washington, saying US can’t decide UK tax policy on tech giants – live news | Politics

Yesterday the government’s EU (withdrawal agreement) bill, the legislation that will take the UK out of the EU next week, cleared parliament. This was a...
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A thousand EU financial firms plan to open UK offices after Brexit – FinTech Futures

More than a thousand banks, asset managers, payments companies and insurers in the European Union plan to open offices in post-Brexit Britain so they can...
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Sturgeon tells PM his rejection of referendum will increase support for Scottish independence – live news | Politics

That was Boris Johnson’s first interview of 2020, and his first extensive broadcast interview since the general election. It wasn’t one for the history books,...
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Brexit: EU will continue to plan for possible no-deal at end of 2020, says Barnier – live news | Politics

Good morning. So far the Labour leadership contest has not generated much of a debate about the constitution, and the future of the UK, but...
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Brexit: Johnson to tell EU chief that trade deal won’t be based on ‘alignment’ – live news | Politics

One of Boris Johnson’s ambitions for 2020, apparently, is to turn Brexit into a story for the business pages and not the front pages (assuming...