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Wounded Johnson's Brexit plan in tatters as election fight looms

(Sept 4): UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson began moves to trigger a snap general election after suffering a humiliating defeat for his Brexit strategy that left his ruling party in tatters.

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Singapore among 5 countries to be stripped of some EU market access rights this week: FT

SINGAPORE (July 29): The European Commission will strip Singapore and four other countries of some market access rights this week, according to a Financial Times report citing a document.

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99-day Brexit countdown begins

SINGAPORE (July 29): New UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has overhauled the Cabinet on the same day he officially took over from predecessor Theresa May.

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All eyes on Boris Johnson's Halloween deadline for Brexit

SINGAPORE (July 24): Boris Johnson has won the race to be the next British prime minister.

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Boris Johnson wins race to be next British prime minister

(July 23): Boris Johnson, the public face of the Brexit campaign, won the contest to succeed Theresa May as British prime minister, taking over a country in crisis and a government on the brink of

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Brexit on course to be delayed

(Apr 11): Brexit is on course to be delayed until the end of October under a plan agreed by European Union leaders to remove the threat of a chaotic break-up later this week.

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Truly taking back control

SINGAPORE (Apr 1): The UK is teetering towards Brexit. No one knows what will happen over the next few months.

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May's Brexit deal wins support but price might be her job

(Mar 27): UK Prime Minister Theresa May saw signs that her beleaguered Brexit deal might be winning support -- as it became clear that the price might be her job.

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Standoff over Brexit delay takes UK to edge of no-deal

LONDON (Mar 21): Theresa May gambled on a desperate bid to get her Brexit deal approved by Parliament, as a standoff with the European Union drove Britain to the brink of an economically disastrous

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May backs Brexit delay after Parliament vetoes no-deal divorce

LONDON (Mar 14): Britain’s Parliament voted to avoid an economically disastrous no-deal split from the European Union, opening the door to delaying Brexit and radically re-writing the terms of the

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