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Boris Johnson is ‘living proof that the woolly mammoth can return from extinction’

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Jibe at foreign secretary makes its way into post-Brexit science debate.

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Peter Mandelson: I try to undermine Jeremy Corbyn 'every single day'

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Ex-minister speaks out against Labour leader as Blairite peers express fury about Corbyn’s position on Brexit in Lords debatePeter Mandelson, the architect of New Labour, has said he is working every day to undermine Jeremy Corbyn, as Blairite peers stood up in the House of Lords to lambast their party’s leadership for backing Brexit.Mandelson, a former

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Could Donald Trump’s ‘junta’ be his salvation? | Mary Dejevsky

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The president’s choice of respected military men such as lieutenant general HR McMaster for key roles may be his best protection from himselfThe guy has been in the White House barely four weeks, and the talk within the global opposition has passed from how he might be prevented from getting there to how he might legitimately be evicted. Article 4 of the

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Emmanuel Macron vows aggressive fight against far right on UK visit

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Centrist candidate for French presidency says he will learn from mistakes of Hillary Clinton and UK’s remain campaignEmmanuel Macron, the centrist candidate for the French presidency, has vowed his campaign will learn from the mistakes of David Cameron’s Brexit and Hillary Clinton’s failed election campaign by being boldly pro-liberal and

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Macron tough on Brexit after meeting with May

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French presidential candidate hinted at renegotiating border agreement.

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Tweed, thorny florals and Lady Macbeth: fashion goes for a hard Brexit

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London fashion week featured tartan, corsets and formidable women as a new take on British identity came into focusI was early for Burberry on Monday evening, so as I waited I spent some time gazing at the monumental bronzes in the Henry Moore exhibition being hosted in the show space at Makers House. I’m no art critic, so what do I know, but they felt to

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Farmers deliver stark warning over access to EU seasonal workers

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NFU president says food will ‘rot in the fields’ unless government guarantees access to workforceFarmers have warned that food will “rot in the fields” and Britain will be unable to produce what it eats if the government cannot guarantee that growers will continue to have access to tens of thousands of EU workers after Brexit.Meurig Raymond, president of

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Betting the house? How Brexit gamble could bring down the City

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EU membership helped London become Europe’s biggest financial centre; a hard Brexit could spell the end of its dominance Flanked by pop art from Andy Warhol to Jasper Johns, top officials from one of Wall Street’s biggest banks will gather at the British Museum for a bittersweet moment.A month from now, the assembled financiers will sip champagne and nibble

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Paris, Frankfurt, Vilnius: how EU cities are vying for London's bankers

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Quality of life, language and labour laws are in the mix as competition for City business heats up ahead of Britain’s EU exitContinental competition to benefit from Brexit is rapidly heating up as half a dozen EU cities vie to attract London-based banks and financial services companies worried about losing their access to the single market.From Paris to

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Losing banking jobs to EU 'threatens financial stability across Europe'

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Concern growing in the City that Brexit-related bank moves could unravel related professions and risk wider financial turmoil The City of London has warned that the loss of banking jobs to EU countries due to Brexit could threaten British and European financial stability.Interviews with more than half a dozen senior bankers and business leaders reveal

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Baltic politicians lobbied by David Davis: we will only negotiate as one

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After meeting Brexit secretary, politicians stress they will negotiate as unified EU27 amid claims of UK ‘divide and rule’ tacticsSenior European politicians lobbied by the Brexit secretary, David Davis, during a whistlestop tour of the Baltic states have insisted they will negotiate with the UK as a unified bloc, and questioned the realism of Britain’s

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Come to France post-Brexit, banks urged

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Presidential contender Emmanuel Macron calls his country an "attractive space" for UK-based companies.

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Jean-Claude Juncker warns Britain of ‘hefty bill’ for Brexit – video

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Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European commission, makes a speech to the Belgian federal parliament on Tuesday and warns that the British people must prepare to pay a “very heft bill” for leaving the European Union. Although Juncker says the EU must not enter negotiations with “a heart filled with hostility” he does stress that the terms of leaving

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A British snub of the EU investigation into the Panama Papers is short-sighted | Prem Sikka

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The failure of the Treasury and HMRC to answer questions about the Panama Papers will alienate our EU partners and further cement London’s reputation for dirty businessWhatever route the government chooses for Brexit it will need to cooperate with other countries, especially our EU neighbours, to combat tax avoidance, tax evasion and money laundering. Yet

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Theresa May meets with centrist French Presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron – but he wants bankers and academics to move to France after Brexit

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THERESA May has met with centrist French Presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron this afternoon – but he wants to drag our bankers and academics to to France after Brexit. The Prime Minister met with the French candidate at No 10 today – as he visited London to try and woo some of the 300,000 expats in the […]

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UK should expect a very hefty bill for Brexit, says Jean-Claude Juncker

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European commission president uses salty language to warn PM that Britain will not be able to negotiate ‘cut-price’ exit from EUBritain can expect a “very hefty” bill as the price of leaving the EU, the European commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, has warned.Speaking to the Belgian federal parliament, Juncker spoke of his personal sadness about

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