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Ticker Scottish judge to examine Johnson's Brexit plan
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13. Aug, 12:55
Some 70 anti-Brexit MPs have asked the Court of Session in Edinburgh to rule that suspending parliament in Westminster so that the UK can leave the EU without a deal would be "unlawful and unconstitutional". British prime minister Boris Johnson has indicated parliamentary suspension was an option in order to leave the EU no matter what on 31 October. The Scottish court will hold a first hearing on Tuesday.

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Exclusive Selmayr did not keep formal records of lobby meetings 15. Aug, 17:06
The German former secretary-general of the European Commission held some 21 meetings which were registered in the lobby register. But no documents appeared to exist summarising what was said.

Feature EU asked to solve migrant rescue deadlock 14. Aug, 16:34
No EU country willing to open its ports for the Spanish rescue ship Open Arms, with France and others turning to the European Commission for help.

Exclusive Internal EU paper: Second Brexit vote was no longer 'distant dream' 14. Aug, 16:20
European Commission documents on meeting with Tony Blair describe chances of second referendum have become "credible".

Interview EU has 'zero incentive' to break open 'trilogue' deals 14. Aug, 09:24
PhD researcher Alexander Hoppe said street protests against the copyright directive came "way too late", because EU institutions had already found a compromise deal on the text.

Denmark plans import ban on EU-approved pesticide 14. Aug, 09:16
Denmark is preparing an urgent national ban on food treated with the pesticide chlorpyrifos after an EU health warning, but European law could block the initiative.

US offers Johnson helping hand on Brexit 12. Aug, 17:41
The US wants to help the UK cushion the blow of Brexit with a bilateral trade deal, the White House has said, as knives come out for Johnson in London.

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  8. 15. Aug, 09:02 Italian court: Migrant rescue ship can enter Italian waters
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  2. 14. Aug, 16:34 EU asked to solve migrant rescue deadlock
  3. 14. Aug, 16:20 Internal EU paper: Second Brexit vote was no longer 'distant dream'
  4. 14. Aug, 09:24 EU has 'zero incentive' to break open 'trilogue' deals
  5. 14. Aug, 09:16 Denmark plans import ban on EU-approved pesticide
  6. 12. Aug, 17:41 US offers Johnson helping hand on Brexit
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