14 November 2018 | UK NEWS
Leading the agenda:
UK and EU agree draft text for Brexit agreement. The 500 page deal is not yet published but components have begun to leak.
Penny Mordaunt and Esther McVey both refuse to endorse the deal.
Special Cabinet meeting set to be held at 2pm to discuss the deal whilst one to one meetings with ministers were held last night.
Both Conservative and DUP MPs have threatened to oppose.
EU negotiator Sabine Weyand is briefing EU officials of a temporary customs unions that will form the basis of Britain’s long-term membership.
The EU has stated UK citizens will not need visas to visit the EU for short stays.
Conservative ministerial aides have threatened to quit over delays to restrictions on fixed-odds betting machines.
Tony Blair has attacked Corbyn for failing to handle Brexit appropriately
UK inflation remains at 2.4%.
Wages rise at the fastest rate in almost a decade.
Fall in number of EU workers working in the UK is steepest since records began.
The Premier League has named Susanna Dinnage as its next Chief Executive.
The Institute for Public Policy Research has called for gender pays laws to cover ethnic and disability pay gaps.
Politicians in the North of England have united to demand more autonomy to boost local economies.