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  • FILE: Johnson has repeatedly refused to extend the so-called transition period, despite the tight timetable for talks and disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Picture: AFP

    Johnson says up to EU for Brexit trade deal

    Britain left the EU in January after nearly 50 years of integration, but remains bound by the bloc's rules until 31 December while both sides thrash out the terms of their new relationship

  • The British flag (L) stands next to the European Union flag at the European Union Commission headquarter in Brussels, 17 July 2017. Picture: AFP

    EU launches legal action over UK Brexit bill

    On Tuesday, British MPs backed a bill to regulate the UK's internal market from January 1, when Britain completes its post-Brexit transition period and leaves the EU single market and customs union.

  • A handout photograph released by the UK Parliament shows Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson appearing in the House of Commons in central London on 22 January 2020, during the Prime Minister's Questions (PMQ) session. Picture: AFP

    Defying EU ultimatum, British MPs approve post-Brexit bill

    The legislation now passes to the upper House of Lords, where it faces opposition after the government admitted that key clauses will violate Britain's EU divorce treaty, by unilaterally imposing post-Brexit controls on Northern Ireland.

  • FILE: Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivers a speech during his visit to Dudley College of Technology in Dudley, central England on 30 June 2020. Picture: AFP

    Angry EU rounds on Johnson's claim of Brexit blockade

    UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's claim that the 27-nation EU is plotting to choke off food supplies via crippling new trade barriers between Britain and Northern Ireland is 'spin and not the truth,' Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney told BBC television.

  • Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Picture: AFP

    Johnson's claim about EU blockade 'simply not true' - Ireland

    Irish Justice Minister Helen McEntee said that provisions for Northern Ireland in Britain's EU withdrawal treaty were agreed by both sides to ensure fair competition after Brexit, and to comply with a 1998 peace pact that ended three decades of unrest in the province.