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EU to start talks with UK on post-Brexit relationship on 3 March Negotiators face challenging 10-month deadline as leaked EU papers warn of cliff edgeNegotiations on the UKs post-Brexit relationship with the EU will start on 3 March, the Guardian has learned.Officials led by Michel Barnier and Boris Johnsons Europe adv
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Boris Johnson gives green light for Huawei 5G infrastructure role Chinese firm is designated high-risk vendor but will be allowed to build non-core elements of UK 5G networkHuawei decision: political reaction - liveThe Chinese tech firm Huawei has been designated a high-risk vendor but will be given the opportunity to b
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How crafts are fusing tradition with innovation As the UKs creative sector booms, demand for the skills of qualified craftspeople is surgingJayne Childs wants to change the way we think about lace. Im challenging the perception of lace as just something we use for curtains, she says. Lace doesnt have t
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Why an MBA is the degree to take you all the way They dont come cheap, but MBAs remain one of the most sought after qualifications not just because of their academic rigour, but because of their networking potentialWhen Conor OShea left the army in 2017, he admits he felt a bit lost. The idea of taking
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Faf du Plessis escapes sanction over on-field collision with Jos Buttler Coming together during fourth Test deemed to be accidental But Stuart Broad punished for swearing during same incidentFaf du Plessis has escaped sanction from the International Cricket Council for his on-field collision with Englands Jos Buttler on the fi
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'She can't say no': the men who take breast milk from babies A study is looking into the coercive practice in Uganda, amid calls for government to address the issue Janes* husband likes breast milk. He says he likes the taste of it, and that it helps him in terms of his health. He feels good afterwards, said the 20
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Australian Open 2020: Novak Djokovic v Milos Raonic live! Live updates from the quarter-final at Melbourne ParkSpotlight intensifies but Barty remains groundedFederer performs great escape against SandgrenEmail tumaini.carayol@theguardian.com | Tweet @tumcarayol 11.22am GMT Third set: Novak Djokovic 6-4 6-3 5-5*
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Police release photos of baby found on east London doorstep Concerns grow for welfare of mother who abandoned newborn boy in Hackney Police are continuing to look for the mother of a newborn baby who was found abandoned on a doorstep in east London at the weekend.Officers are growing increasingly concerned for the
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US briefing: Trump's defence, Middle East peace and Kobe Bryant Tuesdays top story: Presidents lawyers gloss over Bolton allegations as impeachment trial continues. Plus, why Sanders is still surging in IowaGood morning, Im Tim Walker with todays essential stories. Continue reading...
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David Squires on football's fixture wars Our cartoonist looks at the importance of finding room for more lucrative friendlies in markets overseasTake a look through Davids archive of cartoonsBuy copies of his cartoons from our print shop Continue reading...
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