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The Falklands have not been included in the EU-UK agreement, a cause for concern among residents, many of whom rely heavily on trade with Europe.
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A row has broken out between Spain and Gibraltar over which government has the final say on who enters the British overseas territory.
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Members of the European Parliament voted in favour of the Commission's no-deal Brexit contingency plans on Friday, but were still holding out hope that an agreement could be reached in time.
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The planned relaxtion of coronavirus restrictions over Christmas in the UK contrasts with measures being taken by other European nations, such as Germany, the Netherlands and Lithuania, which have announced sweeping new restrictions for the holidays.
Belgium may use 17th-century charter to keep British fishing rights
The charter was issued by Charles II following his exile to Europe after his father, Charles I, was executed in 1649.
UK plans to use Royal Navy ships to stop EU fishing boats slammed
Politicians in the UK and the EU have widely criticised the plans, deeming them "irresponsible" and reminiscent of "19th-century gunboat diplomacy".
Northern Ireland traders in the dark over post-Brexit GB trade
Northern Ireland retailers say they're not ready for new trading arrangements with Britain from January 1 as they've not been given the technical information needed.
Coronavirus: Wary of hospitals, expecting parents opt for home births
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UK 'opted in' to EU ventilators scheme, minister says
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Britain's health minister Matt Hancock returned from quarantine after contracting COVID-19 to deliver a five-point plan to increase testing.
'Maybe one day we will come back' - British MEP Corbett on Brexit
British MEPs are packing up their offices to leave on January 31. We spoke to one of the longest serving members, Richard Corbett, about how he feels leaving the EU institutions he has worked in for more than two decades.
Analysis: Iran nuclear deal on the brink
With Iran diplomacy in limbo, the nuclear agreement seems at the brink of falling apart. Yet, the European guarantors of the deal, France, Germany and the UK, triggered the mediation mechanism in a last-ditch effort to save what was praised as one of the biggest diplomatic achievements of our time.
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The Brief: New British MEP stands out amongst the rest
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Londoners adjust to new life in the Netherlands
Since the 2016 referendum, over 100 London-based companies have uprooted to the Netherlands to prepare for Brexit.
The Port of Antwerp readies for a 'hard Brexit'
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Polyglot or mono: the word wars in Brussels
Despite Brexit, English remains a key working language in the EU, which creates a certain amount of friction with the French speakers in Brussels.
Juncker; 'The risk of a No Deal remains very real'
The debates on Brexit in the European Parliament appear to have turned into a trading to barbs between pro-Europeans and their counterparts in the UK's Brexit party. Despite the digs, the mood in Strasbourg remains serious for MEPs worried about the effects of a No Deal Brexit.
Brexit: MEPs on decision to suspend UK parliament
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The Brief: British government announces plans to pull its diplomats out of most EU meetings
The Brief: Being fully in the know is a hard currency in Brussels. That's why decision makers on all levels are in meetings almost every day. As Brexit is getting closer, the UK government has announced plans to pull its diplomats out of most EU meetings.
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Theresa May heads to Brussels for Brexit talks with EU's Juncker
The UK Prime Minister Theresa May is heading to Brussels today for Brexit talks with the EU's Jean-Claude Juncker
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Europe lends its support to Britain's complaints against Russia
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