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Food arrives at Brexit talks venue as discussions continue
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Mixed signals sent about Brexit talks
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Business Secretary: Brexit talks in 'pretty difficult phase'
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Michel Barnier: 'Important day' for Brexit talks
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Brexit negotiations 'in a difficult phase' says Alok Sharma
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Brexit deal in doubt as talks continue into the night
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Brexit briefing: 27 days until the end of the transition period
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EU will lose supremacy unless it invests more, diplomacy chief tells Euronews
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Starmer: Labour a “united front” on Brexit
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EU's buying of COVID vaccines shows value of a future health union, says Sweden's health minister
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Michel Barnier arrives for further UK-EU talks
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Brexit briefing: 28 days until the end of the transition period
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Coronavirus: Saving lives comes before Christmas celebrations, says EU
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Barnier on post-Brexit trade talks: ‘Be patient’
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Brexit briefing: 29 days until the end of the transition period
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Michel Barnier arrives for talks with deadline looming
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EU lays out plan to revive US ties ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration
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Coronavirus: UK got vaccine first because it's 'a better country', says Gavin WilliamsonThe EU says vaccines are not a "football competition" after Education Secretary Gavin Williamson's comment.
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Travel after Brexit: How will it affect my holidays to the EU?A simple guide to how leaving the EU will affect travel to Europe.
Immigration: Visa applications open under UK's post-Brexit systemApplications open for points-based visas to work from 1 January, when free movement from the EU ends.
Brexit: Barnier arrives in UK for face-to-face talksThe EU's Michel Barnier arrived in London on Friday evening, as the two sides try to agree a deal.
Coronavirus pandemic: Germany seeks EU deal to close ski resortsGermany and Italy want slopes closed until January, but the EU is yet to reach an agreement.
Dutch journalist gatecrashes EU defence video conferenceDaniel Verlaan joined the meeting after the Dutch defence minister posted login details on Twitter.
Brexit talks suspended after positive Covid testEU chief negotiator Michel Barnier says a member of his team has tested positive for the virus.
Brexit: UK 'will be less safe without EU security deal' - police chiefThe UK's counter-terrorism head says a deal is "incredibly important" for the country's security.
EU faces challenge from three states to Covid budgetEU leaders will meet via video, with Hungary and Poland objecting to funds being tied to rule of law.
EU budget blocked by Hungary and Poland over rule of law issueThe two countries object to a clause that links funding with adherence to the rule of law.
Brexit: PM confident UK 'will prosper' without EU trade dealBoris Johnson's comments come ahead of another week of negotiations for a post-Brexit trade deal.
EU-UK talks: 'Make or break' moment approaching, say both sidesThe two sides say big gaps remain between them as the "moment of truth" is nearing for an agreement.
New EU drive to remove extremist web contentThe EU aims for a deal this year to force the immediate removal of "terrorism propaganda" online.
Coronavirus: EU buys 300m doses of BioNTech-Pfizer vaccineIt comes after early data showed it protects more than 90% of people from developing Covid symptoms.
Amazon: EU charges tech giant with breaking competition rulesThe EU says the platform is using data on its third-party sellers to gain an unfair advantage.
Brexit: EU and UK negotiators resume trade talks in LondonNegotiators are to meet again after Boris Johnson insists a post-Brexit deal is "there to be done".
EU slaps sanctions on Belarus leader Lukashenko for crackdownPresident Lukashenko and security chiefs join a long list of officials under EU sanctions.
France terror attacks: Macron calls for EU free movement reformPresident Macron also beefs up border security, as France remains on its highest security level.
Chinese firm moves from adult diapers to face masksDaddybaby has been given approval by British standards agency and EU to provide protective equipment.
Brexit: Michel Barnier to remain in UK for further trade talksThe EU's chief negotiator was due to return to Brussels later, but further talks are now planned.
Brexit: UK to ban more EU citizens with criminal recordsFrom January, EU citizens sentenced to more than a year in prison will be barred.
EU investigates Instagram over handling of children's dataFacebook could face a large fine if Instagram is found to have broken European Union privacy laws.
Brexit: Door 'still ajar' for EU trade talks, says GoveThe UK will continue to engage but only if the EU changes its position in key areas, says Michael Gove.
Brexit: UK must 'get ready' for no EU trade deal, says PMBoris Johnson has not walked away from trade talks - but says the EU must change direction to save them.
'A few words on Brexit' – EU leaders' viewsEuropean leaders appeared united at the start of their two-day summit, and this is what they had to say.
Brexit: EU leaders call for UK trade talks to continueThe EU wants to keep pushing for a deal beyond the end-of-week deadline set by Boris Johnson.
Navalny Novichok poisoning: EU sanctions hit top RussiansRussian security officials face EU sanctions over the attack on Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
Cyprus to suspend 'EU golden passports' schemeThe controversial citizenship policy guarantees visa-free travel across the EU to non-EU nationals.
Should your accelerator pedal curb your speeding?The EU proposes fitting all new cars with technology that makes it harder to exceed the speed limit.
Hungary broke EU law by forcing out university, says European CourtThe top EU court rules against Orban government over rules affecting Central European University.
Brexit: PM and EU chief to hold call over post-Brexit trade dealThe final round of negotiations broke up without agreement, prompting calls for compromise.
Belarus election: Row with EU intensifies over disputed voteSanctions have been imposed on both sides as a row continues over the presidential election result.
Brexit: PM and EU president to 'take stock' of trade talksBoris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen will speak on Saturday as formal post-Brexit negotiations end.
EU warns Turkey of sanctions over 'provocations' in MediterraneanEU leaders are meeting as member Greece is locked in a row with Turkey over energy and sea borders.
Telford: The town needing a Brexit deal more than mostTelford exports the UK's highest proportion of goods to the EU, a study suggests.
Bradford MP Naz Shah gets apology for 'horrendous' Leave.EU postNaz Shah faced death threats and abuse following a libellous post by the Leave.EU group.
Brexit: EU starts legal action over controversial UK Brexit billAn EU deadline for the UK to change its Internal Market Bill passed at the end of September.
UK MPs back bill to override parts of Brexit dealA bill giving the UK the power to override parts of the EU deal passes with a majority of 84.
Brexit: Gove heads to Brussels as EU trade talks resumeCabinet Office minister Michael Gove will meet EU representatives at the start of a week of negotiations.
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Switzerland gets ready to vote on ending free movement with EUSwitzerland isn't in the EU, but it does enjoy access to free trade - on condition of it also having free movement.
European Commission to challenge Apple tax bill verdictEU court ruling that the tech giant does not have to pay hefty back taxes to Ireland goes back to court.
Belarus: Lukashenko's new mandate lacks democratic legitimacy, EU saysAlexander Lukashenko took the oath of office in secret after winning re-election in a disputed vote.
Brexit letter warns of 7,000-truck queues in KentExporters to the EU face two-day delays to trade after transition period ends, a cabinet minister warns.
Europe migration: EU to reveal mandatory rules on migrationA new migration pact is set to be announced, but the measures are likely to face some opposition.
EU leaders' summit postponed as guard tests positive for Covid-19A security guard tested positive for the virus, forcing EU chief Charles Michel to quarantine.
Lionel Messi wins fight to trademark his logoThe European Union's highest court rules in favour of the footballer after a nine-year legal battle.