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Boris Johnson and Liam Fox 'out of loop' on EU migrants as Cabinet rift deepens -

Boris Johnson and Liam Fox appear to have been “kept in the dark” about an announcement that European Union citizens will be allowed to continue to come to the UK after Brexit, amid a growing Cabinet row. Last week, Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary ...and more »

Philip Hammond: UK to remain 'recognisably European' post-Brexit -

Philip Hammond has insisted the UK will remain “recognisably European” after Brexit as he appeared to backtrack on a threat to undercut the European Union if it plays hardball over trade. The Chancellor said in January that the UK “could be forced to ...and more »

Liam Fox: There's been no Cabinet deal agreeing free movement after Brexit -

Dr Fox said that any such move would "not keep faith" with the referendum result. He told The Sunday Times: "If there have been discussions on that I have not been party to them. I have not been involved in any discussions on that." The intervention ...and more »

Boris Johnson's ally attacks Philip Hammond's plan which could see thousands of EU citizens move to Britain after Brexit -

Philip Hammond's Brexit transition plan has come under public attack from Boris Johnson's economic guru, as significant Tory splits begin to emerge. Gerard Lyons, the leading City economist, criticises the Chancellor for exploiting Theresa May's ...and more »

Brexit: Fox holds firm on opposing free movement - BBC News

Unregulated free movement of people after Brexit would "not keep faith" with the EU referendum result, the international trade secretary has said. In a Sunday Times interview, Liam Fox said he had "not been party" to widely-reported talks about a ...and more »

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 »

Brexit may not be dead yet but it is certainly unwell - Irish Times

Is Brexit dying? It is tempting to say the UK government is in headlong retreat from its original Brexit plan. But that would assume there was a well-articulated vision in the first place. We now only hear faint echoes of the “no deal is better than a ...and more »

Brexit could take five long years - CNNMoney

Britain will seek to ease its way out of the European Union in order to prevent severe damage to its economy. Treasury chief Philip Hammond said Friday that Britain hopes to negotiate a "transitional period" of up to three years after leaving the ...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. Brexit. No 10 contradicts Hammond over 'off the shelf' Brexit transition deal. Downing ...and more »

Cabinet united on avoiding Brexit 'cliff edge' departure, says Hunt - The Guardian

Jeremy Hunt, the health secretary, said the NHS would still be able to recruit staff from the EU after Brexit. Photograph: Niklas Hallen/AFP/Getty Images. Brexit. Cabinet united on avoiding Brexit 'cliff edge' departure, says Hunt. Health secretary ...and more »