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Brexit News for Sunday 21 October

Dominic Raab tells the EU to drop the backstop or the UK will not extend Brexit transition period


Saturday

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Brexit News for Saturday 20 October

EU's secret plot to control Britain's tax policies after Brexit


Friday

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Brexit News for Friday 19th October

Theresa May isolated as party turns on 'chaotic' Brexit plan and transition period extension


Thursday

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Brexit News for Thursday 18th October

Theresa May now open to extending Brexit transition period by a year as she asks EU for 'creative' ideas


Wednesday

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Brexit News for Wednesday 17 October

May survives Cabinet clash without ministers quitting after she pleads for them to 'stand together' behind her Brexit plan


Tuesday

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Brexit News for Tuesday 16th October

Theresa May insists she will not accept a Brexit deal that threatens the integrity of the UK


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