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Nine Brexit deal claims by Boris or his ministers that are untrue
The UK prime minister and his government has made some questionable assertions about Brexit, particularly the EU-UK trade deal struck on Christmas Eve.
History is made as EU chiefs and UK PM sign post-Brexit trade deal
Charles Michel and Ursula von der Leyen signed the Brexit trade deal on behalf of the EU before PM Boris Johnson put his name to it for the UK.
Post-Brexit deal: How exactly do the EU-UK positions differ?
Euronews explains the differing EU and UK positions over fishing rights, competition rules and how a deal should be enforced.
Barnier hints at Brexit progress as French minister slams UK 'madness'
The EU's chief negotiator implies key sticking points have been reduced to fishing rights and competition rules as talks resume in Brussels.
Barnier 'gloomy' on progress amid final drive for Brexit trade deal
EU and UK negotiators try again to bridge gaps but whether or not a deal can be done may depend on political leaders as time runs out.
What does a no-deal Brexit mean? Key players' views in their own words
For Boris Johnson it would be a 'good outcome'; for many in industry, farming and other walks of life, a disaster. Here's what they say failure to strike a post-Brexit deal would mean.
EU businesses look to US market with incoming Biden administration
Despite the current economic crisis and recent tariffs on European goods by the Trump administration, generally speaking, EU exports to America have increased over the past ten years.
Can the state subsidy row blocking a EU-UK trade deal be resolved?
Some experts believe there is scope for compromise over one of the main sticking points holding up a post-Brexit agreement on future ties.
Brexit trade talks: How badly do Europe's exporters need a deal?
Many major European exporters to Britain have sounded cries of alarm on the urgent need for a new post-Brexit free trade agreement.
UK 'won't seek trade talks extension' despite Barnier having COVID-19
London wishes Michel Barnier a speedy recovery from coronavirus - but insists it won't extend Brexit trade talks beyond the end of this year.
Barnier: EU will not conclude post-Brexit trade deal 'at any price'
EU ministers have formalised the bloc’s post-Brexit negotiating stance ahead of upcoming trade talks with the UK.
Can Boris Johnson really strike a free trade deal with the EU in 2020?
The prime minister has ruled out extending a post-Brexit transition period beyond December 2020.
G7: diplomatic detentes and mixed messages
Our political editor Darren McCaffrey looks at the outcome of the G7.
Pompeo says current US-Europe trade deal is 'not fair'
Relations between Europe and the U.S. are “excellent” but current trade terms are “not fair” to America, Mike Pompeo said.
EU and Japan sign historic trade deal
The EU and Japan have just signed the largest free-trade deal either country has negotiated.
EU 'close' to trade war with the US
The EU could tax whiskey 'n rye, bluejeans and boss hogs, as trade rhetoric ramps up.
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