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PM updates MPs on Brexit negotiations


Mirror.co.uk

PM updates MPs on Brexit negotiations
BBC News
Conservative Sir Edward Leigh, who is a member of the Procedure Committee, says the evidence given last week “was very clear” . He says if there’s no deal, it’s a motion on a neutral motion (eg “That this House has considered…”). If there is a deal
May Faces Critics as Risk of Rebellion Recedes: Brexit UpdateBloomberg
Theresa May makes a statement on the Brussels summit – politics liveThe Guardian
We must foil this EU mafia plot to shackle Britain’s tax system after BrexitTelegraph.co.uk

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Euro, sterling try to steady as traders keep wary eye on Italy budget, Brexit


Economic Times

Euro, sterling try to steady as traders keep wary eye on Italy budget, Brexit
Economic Times
SINGAPORE: The euro and the British pound managed to hold steady against the dollar on Monday as investors cautiously awaited developments around Brexit as well as Italy’s budget plan which drew heavy criticism from the European Union. The dollar …
Brexit withdrawal agreement ‘95% complete’, Theresa May to tell MPsThe Independent (blog)
Splits between hedgehogs and foxes are the reason for stalled Brexit talksBusiness Day
Opinion | Theresa May in the Brexit foxholeLivemint

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Australia sexual abuse: National apology delivered to victims


BBC News

Australia sexual abuse: National apology delivered to victims
BBC News
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has given a national apology to victims of child sexual abuse. Hundreds of people gathered in Canberra on Monday to hear Mr Morrison deliver the emotional address in parliament. It follows a five-year inquiry
National child abuse apology: Morrison to commit to museum of remembranceThe Guardian
National apology: Why some survivors of sexual abuse won’t or can’t goABC News

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