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    1. The Brexit Secretary hinted at annoyance with Brussels negotiators for blocking talks from moving on to trade. It comes as former minister Owen Paterson declared Britain was moving 'inevitably' towards no deal.

    2. Airlines in the UK are reportedly drafting contingency plans to account for changes in consumer rights post-Brexit, which will see customers lose various protections held under EU law. It’s ...

    3. Davis will present to the cabinet an "upbeat" assessment of a "no-deal" Brexit as negotiations continue to stall.

    4. Still, WTO sources caution against drawing too strong a link between the wine dispute and NAFTA, noting that such disagreements are relatively common.

    5. Mexico, Canada and the U.S. are at loggerheads after the latest round of Nafta negotiations, with America’s neighbors rejecting hard-line proposals by the Trump administration that risk throwing ...

    6. Almost a month since Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, most of the island is without power, many lack safe drinking water, and about half the population does not have cell phone service, making ...

    7. The EU is demanding that the UK contributes to pension liabilities as part of the Brexit financial settlement. The liabilities would add around €7 billion to the bill and is the main disagreement ...

    8. The British government must act urgently to secure a Brexit transition deal or risk losing jobs and investment in the country, business leaders representing millions of workers are due to warn ...

    9. It’s getting harder to imagine that the U.K. is run by the party of Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher. The Conservatives took Britain into the precursor of the European Union in 1973 and ...

    10. Prime Minister Theresa May urged the European Union on Thursday to break the deadlock and move forward with Brexit talks, asking the bloc's leaders to respond with "urgency" on easing the fears ...

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