Friday briefing: Hard-Brexit exodus as a third of firms look abroad
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Friday briefing: Hard-Brexit exodus as a third of firms look abroad

Top story: One in three businesses say Brexit poses ‘significant risk’ Good morning. This is Alison Rourke bringing you the last morning briefing for the week. There is…

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Third of firms ‘could move work out of UK’
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Third of firms ‘could move work out of UK’

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Both large and small businesses are considering moving, the survey suggests Almost a third of UK companies could move operations abroad because of…

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How Brussels should respond to Britain’s confused demands
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How Brussels should respond to Britain’s confused demands

print-edition icon Print edition | LeadersFeb 2nd 2019twitter iconfacebook iconlinkedin iconmail iconprint iconTHERESA MAY has become so used to losing votes in the House of Commons that when,…

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Senior Tory ‘could accept Brexit delay’
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Senior Tory ‘could accept Brexit delay’

Image copyright Getty Images Senior Conservative backbencher Sir Graham Brady has told the BBC that he could accept a delay to Brexit - as long as a deal…

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EU fears short article 50 extension will mean no-deal Brexit in June
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EU fears short article 50 extension will mean no-deal Brexit in June

EU officials fear Theresa May is setting the UK on course for a no-deal exit at the end of June because she will not have the political courage…

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Progress on school dinners could be rewound after Brexit
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Progress on school dinners could be rewound after Brexit

Schools will be able to be “flexible” in what dinners they serve children in England if there are food shortages because of Brexit, the government has said. A…

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‘Trauma packs’ being stockpiled in UK over fears of no-deal Brexit
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‘Trauma packs’ being stockpiled in UK over fears of no-deal Brexit

Emergency “trauma packs” flown into the UK during terrorist attacks are being stockpiled on British soil by the pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson over concerns of a risk…

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‘Extra time’ may be needed for Brexit
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‘Extra time’ may be needed for Brexit

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe foreign secretary says Brexit may be delayed if a deal is reached near 29 March Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt…

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Jeremy Hunt admits Brexit may be delayed to avoid no deal
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Jeremy Hunt admits Brexit may be delayed to avoid no deal

The foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has admitted article 50 may have to be extended to avoid the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal on 29…

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Thursday briefing: At least they’re talking – Corbyn and May discuss Brexit
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Thursday briefing: At least they’re talking – Corbyn and May discuss Brexit

Top story: Leaders hold ‘serious and engaged’ meeting Hello, it’s Warren Murray keeping you duly informed this Thursday morning. Theresa May has met with Jeremy Corbyn as she…

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May woos rebel Labour MPs in effort to gain Brexit deal backing
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May woos rebel Labour MPs in effort to gain Brexit deal backing

Theresa May is putting together a package of measures aimed at wooing Labour MPs in leave-supporting constituencies, offering greater protection for workers’ rights after Brexit and, it emerged…

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Labour: May discussed post-Brexit customs union with Corbyn
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Labour: May discussed post-Brexit customs union with Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May discussed whether a post-Brexit customs union could deal with the unpopular Irish backstop in a “serious and engaged” hour-long meeting at the prime…

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EU rejects calls to reopen Brexit deal
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EU rejects calls to reopen Brexit deal

Image caption Michel Barnier speaks in the European Parliament, as MEP Nigel Farage takes notes The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier says the Irish backstop is "part and…

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Brexit: What just happened?
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Brexit: What just happened?

Image copyright Reuters Another day, another critical moment for Brexit. On Tuesday evening, British MPs voted on what they want to get out of the deal to leave…

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MPs back May’s bid to change Brexit deal
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MPs back May’s bid to change Brexit deal

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTheresa May: We will seek changes to EU withdrawal agreement MPs have backed seeking "alternative arrangements" to replace the Irish…

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Brexit dithering, killer robots and Cuban condoms
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Brexit dithering, killer robots and Cuban condoms

PodcastsJan 29th 2019twitter iconfacebook iconlinkedin iconmail iconprint iconIt’s another crucial vote in the Brexit saga as Prime Minister Theresa May learns whether her leaving plan will be derailed…

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‘Time Traveller’ From 2030 Reckons He Knows What Happens Post-Brexit
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‘Time Traveller’ From 2030 Reckons He Knows What Happens Post-Brexit

4 hours ago 0  Shares 'Time Traveller' From 2030 Reckons He Knows What Happens Post-Brexit 2019-01-29 10:32:14 2019-01-29 14:20:30 Claire Reid Claire Reid in  News Powered by I'm…

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PM will ask the EU to reopen Brexit deal
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PM will ask the EU to reopen Brexit deal

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionChris Mason recaps what has happened to the Brexit deal and explains the next key vote options Theresa May has…

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Tuesday briefing: Brexit – make do and amend
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Tuesday briefing: Brexit – make do and amend

Top story: ‘Brady amendment’ or ‘Malthouse compromise’? Good morning, I’m Warren Murray and here is today’s order of business. A flurry of amendments to Theresa May’s Brexit bill…

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Theresa May splits Tories over anti-backstop Brexit deal
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Theresa May splits Tories over anti-backstop Brexit deal

Parliament is facing a day of further Brexit deadlock after Theresa May swung the government’s weight behind an amendment that would send her back to Brussels to demand…

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Theresa May has lost control of Brexit. Parliament must take over
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Theresa May has lost control of Brexit. Parliament must take over

BritainJan 27th 2019twitter iconfacebook iconlinkedin iconmail iconprint iconSUFFERING THE largest parliamentary defeat in modern history would give most prime ministers pause for thought. Not Theresa May. On January…

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