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    Brexit: UK negotiators 'believe brinkmanship will reboot trade talks'

    10:56, September 11 49 0

    Britain’s Brexit negotiators believe Downing Street’s plan to break international law and push the trade and security negotiations to the brink may have helped reboot the talks by offering Brussels a reality check about the looming danger of a no-deal outcome.
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    Scale of failure in prison system staggering, say MPs

    19:32, September 10 49 0

    The scale of failure in the prison system in England and Wales is “staggering”, with only 206 out of 10,000 promised new prison spaces delivered by the government, parliament’s spending watchdog has said.
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    Damage done by Tories’ disregard for rule of law

    13:09, September 10 45 0

    The issue of whether the UK government will ever be trusted again after deciding to openly and decisively break the law is obviously very serious (Government admits new Brexit bill ‘will break international law’, 8 September). More worryingly, once again the Tories are demonstrating an open disregard for what others think of them. Last year they showed a willingness to abuse their power with the prorogation of parliament.
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    What are the new Covid rules coming into force in England on Monday?

    14:28, September 09 63 0

    Less than two months ago, Boris Johnson unveiled a plan to set the country on a path to a “more significant return to normality” by Christmas. But now, with fears of a difficult few months ahead amid rising Covid-19 cases, Downing Street is clamping down on social interactions to avoid a second national lockdown.
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    This Brexit bill finally buries the Conservative party of law and order

    12:08, September 09 86 0

    To the patron saint of modern Conservatives, the rule of law was always fundamental to economic prosperity. It was also always distinctively British. In her memoirs, Margaret Thatcher identified the rule of law as the foundational underpinning of commercial confidence in any society. And in a 1982 interview she said that Britain gave the very idea of the rule of law to Europe. As she put it: “The law came from us.”