Top Democrat: Britain ‘must not alienate EU and US’ on Brexit
Democrat Congressman Brendan Boyle says Boris Johnson’s government must avoid taking a path that could undermine the North’s peace process
Britain should consider what is to be gained from choosing a Brexit path that would alienate both the EU and the US, an influential American Congressman has warned.
EU and British negotiators remain locked in talks on a possible trade deal with sources warning that a final deal will have to be decided by the end of next week, at the latest, if it is to be ratified by the European Parliament and Houses of...
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