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Focus on substance rather than Diwali deadline, trade secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan told.
Move opens door to EU membership amid outrage over the brutality of the unprovoked Russian attack.
The European Parliament has approved EU candidacy status for Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia in a convincing vote on Thursday.
The Northern Ireland protocol row shows the similarities between two former imperial powers intent on regaining lost glory.
The European Union sued Britain on Wednesday (local time) over its move to rewrite the trade rules agreed to when the country left the EU two years ago, ratcheting up tensions between the major economic partners.
Ministers are portraying themselves as victims of a deal they created for Northern Ireland. A classic blame-shifting strategy.
The UK government’s plan to walk away from parts of the Northern Ireland Brexit deal is destroying the repaired relationship with the EU, political leaders and diplomats have said.
Boris Johnson will destroy any international leadership capital Britain has built up since the Russian invasion of Ukraine if he overrides the post-Brexit trade arrangements in Northern Ireland, European diplomats have said.
The EU and Ukraine have provisionally applied an Association Agreement since November 2014. As a part of this association agreement, a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) has been provisionally applied since January 2016. It reduces tariffs that European firms face when exporting to Ukraine.
Tobias Ellwood, a former defence minister, says he has not withdrawn his letter of no-confidence in the prime minister because of the speech he gave comparing Brexit with Ukraine's struggle against the Russians.
Boris Johnson must rebuild relationships with neighbours to ‘make Brexit work,’ says shadow foreign secretary.
The Ukraine crisis shows Boris Johnson must drop his opposition to a defence pact with the EU to allow the UK to quickly deploy forces around Europe, a Tory group says.
The Prime Minister has come under criticism for comments where he appeared to compare the UK voting to leave the EU, and the Ukrainian fight against Russia.
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oris Johnson on Monday faced fresh calls to withdraw remarks which compared the UK’s vote for Brexit with Ukraine’s battle for freedom against Russia.
The prime minister has been criticised for comparing Ukraine's fight for freedom with Brexit.
Alexander Stubb says claim is ‘utter rubbish’ and dismisses ‘Global Britain’ idea.
‘With this situation, please, no comparison,’ said Petro Poroshenko
Ukraine's former president Petro Poroshenko has asked Boris Johnson to "please" not compare the UK's Brexit vote to his country's fight against Russia - after the Prime Minister appeared to do so over the weekend.
Alexander Stubb, a former prime minister of Finland, has ridiculed the idea that Boris Johnson is one of Vladimir Putin’s fiercest opponents.
Andrew Marr has hit out at Boris Johnson for his "ludicrous and offensive" comparison between Ukraine and Brexit, and said it was a calculated comment to "get back to talking about Brexit" in anticipation of upcoming local elections.
Since the invasion of Ukraine began, over 450 companies have announced their withdrawal from Russia—but some companies have continued to operate in Russia undeterred.
A Welsh Government minister who has family in Ukraine has slammed Boris Johnson as a “sick, pompous narcissist” after he compared the struggle of the people of Ukraine against invasion to the UK’s vote for Brexit.
Former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko has suggested Boris Johnson was insensitive to compare Ukraine’s fight against Russia to Brexit.