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Downing Street confirmed the departure of Brexit negotiator with a statement, topping a torrid week for the British prime minister after a party rebellion on new coronavirus curbs and by-election defeat.
The French Republic is left out of some of the biggest deals happening around the world, a general symptom of France losing its mojo.
Since the UK voted to leave the EU, tensions between Paris and London have soured as both sides trade insults over the post-Brexit settlement.
Anti-refugee rhetoric is a useful distraction from government corruption and incompetence.
The fishermen are angry at the British government for not granting more licenses to fish in UK waters — and angry at their own government for not doing more to defend them.
Brexit and the tightening of border controls are behind a peak in the number of people, including many minors, who attempt the dangerous sea route.
Covid-19 has infected more than 256M people and killed over 5.1M worldwide. Here are coronavirus-related developments for November 19:
The indifference towards racial slurs - and the violence they entail - attests to how deeply ingrained racism is in modern Britain.
At the heart of the dispute is the number of licences London allocated to French boats after leaving the European Union. France says many are missing, while London says it is respecting the deal.
In major European nations like the UK and France, populist movements dominate the political landscape. But in Germany, mainstream politics continues to rule.
The trawler, which was held up due to a paperwork infraction, has become a symbol of a bigger feud between the United Kingdom and France over fishing rights in the English Channel.
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