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Time running out for Brexit trade deal, Britain, EU say
Britain and the European Union cautioned each other on Monday that time was running out for a Brexit trade deal as negotiators sparred over state aid, enforcement and fishing in a bid to avoid a tumultuous exit in just a month’s time.
Britain bans new Huawei 5G kit installation from September 2021
British telecommunications firms must not install new Huawei 5G kit after September 2021, the government said on Monday, as part of a plan to purge the Chinese firm’s equipment from high speed mobile networks.
UK, France sign deal to make Channel migrant crossings 'unviable'
Britain and France signed a new agreement aimed at curbing the number of migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats.
Iranian, British FMs discuss mutual relations
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his British counterpart Dominic Raab in a telephone conversation late on Monday reviewed mutual cooperation within the framework of the 2015 nuclear agreement.
Bank of England must not fear radical action
As Britain and the rest of Europe battle the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, desperate eyes turn to central bank bosses, wondering what rescue plans they have up their sleeves.
EU pushes UK to budge at 'critical stage' in Brexit talks
The EU on Tuesday demanded “substantive” movement from Britain on fisheries, dispute settlement and guarantees of fair competition in their post-Brexit trade talks, which Germany said were at a “critical stage”.
Seeking deeper emissions cuts, UN and Britain plan December climate summit
The United Nations and Britain will host an online climate summit in December, the fifth anniversary of the UN Paris Agreement, in a last-ditch bid to have countries meet a deadline to upgrade their emissions-cutting pledges.
The virus is putting Britain’s next industrial revolution on ice
In the country that pioneered the world’s first industrial revolution in the 18th century, its latest one is looking very much on hold.
E3 opposes US bid, says UN sanctions relief for Iran to continue beyond Sept. 20
France, Britain and Germany, known as E3, told the UN Security Council on Friday that UN sanctions relief for Iran – agreed under a 2015 nuclear deal – would continue beyond September 20, when the United States asserts that all the measures should be reimposed.
UK unemployment: Planned redundancies twice the rate of last recession
Employers in Britain are planning more than twice as many redundancies than they did at the height of the last recession, new figures show.
Britain must move now to bag new EU deal this year, EU Brexit negotiator says
Britain must engage now with EU demands on guarantees of fair competition, fisheries and solving disputes in order to seal a deal on new trade ties by a “strict deadline” of end-October, the EU Brexit negotiator said on Wednesday.
Smartphones have made Britain the laziest country in Europe
Laziness due to smartphones has worsened more rapidly in Britain than in any other major Western European country, researchers have warned.
Britain to introduce legally binding environmental targets
Britain said it would bring in legally binding targets on air quality, waste reduction, biodiversity and cleaner water as part of efforts to combat climate change, improve the environment and rebuild the economy.

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