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Protests over PM's Brexit plan could become 'more serious' in Northern Ireland, loyalist warns
A prominent loyalist has warned Boris Johnson's Brexit plan could mean protests spilling over into "something more serious" if it weakens Northern Ireland's place in the UK.
Heading home: What the UK's MEPs will and won't miss about Brussels
The European Parliament is today expected to approve the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, marking the final stage of the ratification process ahead of the UK's exit from the EU on Friday.
British fisherman fear they won't get what they voted for after Brexit
The automatic right of EU vessels to fish in British waters will come to an end at the end of the the transition period in December 2020.
Dissatisfaction with democracy 'reaches all-time high', study says
Dissatisfaction with democracy reached an all-time high last year, according to new research, with British people left particularly frustrated by the political stalemate caused by the EU referendum.
Salary threshold for skilled migrants after Brexit should be lowered by £5,000
An independent report into the options for UK's future immigration policy has recommended that the government cut the salary threshold for skilled migrants.