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Still no deal as UK prepares for March exit | Money Talks

It's just six months until the UK officially leaves the European Union and the likelihood of a so-called “no-deal” Brexit has increased substantially. Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan for maintaining ties with the EU has been rejected by both Brussels and many in her own party, making a hard exit a real possibility. For more on the story, we speak to Vicky Pryce, board member at the Centre for Economics and Business Research. #Brexit #Europe #UK

EU ministers meet in Brussels over Brexit | Money Talks

EU ministers meet in Brussels over Brexit | Money Talks

Support wanes for May's Brexit plan | Money Talks

Support wanes for May's Brexit plan | Money Talks

Brexit Talks: May trying to find a way to salvage Brexit deal

Brexit Talks: May trying to find a way to salvage Brexit deal

Theresa May seeks compromise with Labour | Money Talks

Theresa May seeks compromise with Labour | Money Talks

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Fears of sabotage as gas pours into Baltic from pipelines

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