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The Good News on Brexit They're Not Telling You - New York Times

LONDON — On July 24, trade talks began between Britain and America. All right, they weren't formally called trade talks: As long as Britain is still in the European Union, it is supposed to contract out all its commercial decisions to Brussels ...and more »

Tensions flare in cabinet over post-Brexit free movement - The Guardian

Amber Rudd is among those likely to push the prime minister to accept that while free movement will officially end– there should be no immediate move to reduce immigration. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA. Senior Conservative MPs are urging members of ...and more »

Unregulated free movement would 'not keep faith' with Brexit - Irish Times

Unregulated free movement of labour after Brexit would “not keep faith” with the EU referendum result, Britain's international trade secretary Liam Fox has said. Dr Fox insisted the British cabinet has not agreed a deal on immigration after withdrawal ...and more »

No 10 contradicts Hammond over 'off the shelf' Brexit transition deal - The Guardian

Philip Hammond is thought to feel there is not enough time for the UK to negotiate a bespoke transitional deal. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images. Downing Street has said that the UK will not seek an “off-the-shelf” model for a post ...and more »

Letters: Philip Hammond cannot be allowed to redefine the terms of Brexit - Telegraph.co.uk

SIR – In Theresa May and Boris Johnson's absence, Philip Hammond seems to have gained control of the Cabinet and is trying to subvert the will of the people. He has shown a lack of competence in his job as Chancellor and is now taking Brexit in the ...and more »

Remainers in the Cabinet take advantage of PM's holiday absence - Sky News

A hard Brexit is being challenged this summer and Remainers in the Cabinet are enjoying a renaissance, writes Beth Rigby. 08:35, UK, Wednesday 02 August 2017. Theresa May and her husband Philip on holiday near Lake Garda in northern Italy. Image ...and more »

Brexit: PM's office says freedom of movement to end in March 2019 - Deutsche Welle

Downing Street has said that free movement of people to Britain from the EU will end in March 2019 after Brexit. The remarks come after ministers gave conflicting views on how Britain's divorce from the EU should look. Belgien Brüssel EU-Gipfel ...and more »

UK will not become tax haven after Brexit, says Philip Hammond - The Independent

The UK will not cut taxes and regulations to make the UK into a tax haven after Brexit, the Chancellor has indicated. Marking a signicant change in tone, Philip Hammond told French newspaper Le Monde Britain's economic model would stay “recognisably ...and more »

May sticks to ending free movement from March 2019 - Financial Times

The UK government insisted on Monday that it remained committed to the tough Brexit negotiating stance that Theresa May set out in January – including an end to free movement from March 2019 – after a weekend when ministers looked increasingly at odds ...and more »

Brexit weekly briefing: while May's away, the cabinet fray - The Guardian

Jeremy Hunt insists the cabinet is united in approval of a gradual Brexit – but that hardly chimes with the Brexit hardliners. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking. Jon Henley and Peter Walker. Mon 31 Jul 2017 11.42 EDT Last modified on Wed 20 Sep 2017 03 ...and more »