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The Government is to choose which scheme to back after a review of the UK's airport capacity. Here are the three shortlisted options.Read the full story ›
The Government's long-awaited decision on which scheme - Heathrow or Gatwick - should get the go-ahead will finally be announced later.Read the full story ›
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Theresa May has said that the breakdown in talks for a free trade union between Canada and the EU would have no bearing on the UK's own attempts to carve out a deal with Brussels.
The prime minister said she was "disappointed" by the blocks hit by the planned CETA deal but did not believe that they reflected on the UK's likely ability to get its own trade agreement with the bloc after Brexit. "We are not seeking to replicate an existing model," she told MPs in a statement. "We will be developing our own British model."
Mrs May also announced that parliament will be given the chance to discuss the terms of Brexit in a series of debates starting within weeks.
The discussions would take place both before and after Christmas, she added.
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Asked if she was undermining the UK position, she said: "You can't undermine something that doesn't exist."Read the full story ›
Belgium said it had been unable to clear the way to approve an EU-Canada trade deal because a single region remains opposed.
"I have officially told Tusk that we have no agreement," said Belgium's Prime Minister Charles Michel after a meeting with regional leaders in Wallonia.
The Wallonians' implacable opposition threatens to derail the CETA trade agreement, which was seven years in the making.
Canada said it was "impossible" to continue talks last week, while the EU had given Belgium until Monday to hold crisis talks in the hope of reaching a compromise.
Michel said he was still open to dialogue with leaders in Wallonia, and that it was too early to say whether CETA was dead.
The breakdown of the talks has also highlighted the challenges faced by Theresa May as she attempt's to strike her own deal with the EU after the vote for Brexit.
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The Government will deliver a statement on its plans for airport expansion in south east England to MPs before midday on Tuesday.
A Number 10 spokeswoman confirmed Transport Secretary Chris Grayling will speak in Parliament at around 11.30am on the issue which has led to fierce Cabinet debate after decades of disagreement.
Mr Grayling said on Sunday any of the three options - new runways at Heathrow or Gatwick, or extending an existing runway at Heathrow - would "open up new opportunities" for Britain post Brexit.