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UK, EU agree to 'go an extra mile' to get a satisfactory Brexit deal

Brussels, Dec 13(UNI) The leaders of the UK and EU on Sunday agreed to carry on with post-Brexit trade talks after the latest round of talks failed to break the deadlock between the two sides.

UK to drop parts of Internal Market Bill after reaching 'agreement in principle' with EU

London,/Sputnik: The UK will withdraw three clauses of its Internal Market Bill that were threatening to overrule some parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement.

Crucial Brexit trade talks to resume on Sunday

Brussels/UNI: The crucial negotiations to secure a post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and the EU will once again resume on Sunday, even the December 31 deadline nears and chances of a no-deal Brexit looms large.

Britain insists it will go ahead with law-breaking bill linked to Brexit

London/Xinhua: The British government put itself on a potential collision course with Brussels on Tuesday after rejecting calls by the European Union (EU) to withdraw parts of a controversial bill that will break international law.

Boris Johnson sets October 15 as deadline for UK, EU to negotiate post-Brexit trade deal

London/Sputnik: The United Kingdom and the European Union have until October 15 to agree on terms of a free trade agreement after Brexit, otherwise both parties better abandon the talks and "move on," UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to say on Monday, according to a transcript released by his office.

UK gave up foreign policy independence by siding with US against China - Expert

London/Sputnik - London-based political analyst and writer Carlos Martinez warned on Monday that the UK government has given up its independence in foreign policy by siding with US President Donald Trump on his "New Cold War" against China.

UN study projects $32 billion loss for UK post no-deal Brexit

New York/IBNS: The United Kingdom (UK) risks losing up to 14 per cent of its exports to the European Union (EU) in a so-called “no-deal” Brexit, according to a new study by the UN Conference on Trade, Investment and Development (UNCTAD).

UK leaves EU after 47 years together

London/Sputnik/UNI: The United Kingdom left the European Union on 23:00 GMT January 31, after 47 years together, including 3.5 years post-referendum.

UK’s House of Commons passes Brexit bill in close vote

London/Sputnik: The UK House of Commons approved the European Union withdrawal bill on Thursday, sending it to the upper House of Lords.

UK's Conservative party set to win polls comfortably, predicts exit polls

London/UNI/IBNS: An exit poll conducted by BBC, ITV and Sky news broadcasters have predicted a comfortable victory for UK Conservative Party in the Thursday general polls in the nation.

British PM vows to table "Get Brexit Done" deal before Christmas

London/Xinhua/UNI: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson launched the Conservative Party's election manifesto Sunday, promising to put his "Get Brexit Done" deal before parliament ahead of Christmas recess.

Moody's downgrades outlook on UK's rating over Brexit-Related institutional weakness

London/Sputnik/UNI: Credit rating agency Moody's has downgraded the outlook on the UK government's Aa2 rating from stable to negative, citing erosion of institutional strength caused by Brexit among reasons for the move.

Donald Trump says UK trade with US could be up to 5 times higher post-Brexit

Washington/Sputnik/UNI: President Donald said on Thursday that the United Kingdom's trade with the United States could be substantially stronger following Brexit.

UK Parliament rejects motion to hold early election, Boris Johnson says will introduce new bill

Moscow/Sputnik/UNI: UK parliament on Monday voted against Prime Minister Johnson's call for holding a general election on December 12.

European Union agrees Brexit extension till Jan 31

London/IBNS: The European Union has agreed to extend  Brexit till Jan 31, 2020.