France to defy UK's Brexit deadline by taking 3 YEARS to seal trade deal
EMMANUEL Macron's top Europe adviser Amelie de Montchalin came out swinging as Brussels chief Ursula von der Leyen urged Boris Johnson to ditch his red lines over December deadline. Her remarks came as part of mounting calls from across Europe for the PM to U-turn on his vow not to extend the transition.
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Boris' Brexit deal backed by MPs and UK is set to leave EU in 42 days
THERE were loud cheers across the chamber as MPs opted by 358-234 to deliver the new deal after three years of dithering and delay. Six Labour MPs backed the Brexit deal and a further 32 Labour MPs defied Jeremy Corbyn by not voting at all-including a handful of his own shadow cabinet members.
EU draws up quick-fire trade deal as PM rules out extending Brexit transition
EU negotiators will respond to the PM's ultimatum with talks that will see a tariff and quota-free agreement on goods in place by the end of 2020. The PM and Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen talk next month.