The president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has said he wants to extend a three-month state of emergency imposed after a failed coup attempt in July, so that authorities can eradicate the threat he says is posed by a religious movement blamed for the plot, and by Kurdish militants who have waged a 32-year insurgency.
“Of course the main drawback of Brexit for Japanese financial institutions is the issue of the [EU passport], so it would be natural for them to shift to Frankfurt, Amsterdam or Dublin,” stated Takashi Miwa, Nomura’s chief economist in Japan.
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However, Shennan will have the experienced head of music Jeff Smith and the well respected Carnie – if he decides to stay on – to rely on. Insiders have also said the BBC wanted to fill the position quickly and Shennan can start almost immediately, following his departure from Channel 4 Radio.
The German government said last week that traces of a nerve agent from the Novichok group had been detected in Navalny’s system. Moscow said Russian doctors had found no toxic substances before he was transported to Germany and that Berlin has provided no evidence to support its claims.
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Kolesnikova’s whereabouts were unclear. Two other opposition figures who had gone missing around the same time as her, Anton Rodnenkov and Ivan Kravtsov, did however enter Ukraine in the early hours of Tuesday morning, the Ukrainian border service said.
The diplomatic shockwaves from the British announcement could derail any hopes Prime Minister Boris Johnson may have of negotiating a U.S. trade deal. The House of Representatives speaker, Nancy Pelosi, warned the British government that there will be “absolutely no chance” of a trade deal if the UK violates its international obligations as they apply […]
“Amid all the noise and negotiations, businesses in the UK and EU remain clear, a good deal is essential. An agreement will be the foundation for post-COVID recovery across the continent,” said Josh Hardie, deputy director general of the Confederation of British Industry.
The meeting of the UK-EU Joint Committee, co-chaired by Mr Gove and Mr Sefcovic, comes after the Speaker of the US House of Representatives insisted there was “absolutely no chance” of a US-UK trade deal if the Northern Ireland peace process was jeopardised.