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· Boris Johnson's single market plan to stop Nicola Sturgeon exploiting Brexit loophole →
In a sop to the nationalists, the proposals will also pave the way for a wide-range of Brussels regulatory powers to be handed to the devolved administrations at Holyrood, Cardiff and Stormont.
· Apple has won its tax battle – but the war is far from over →
The case put Ireland in the uncomfortable, even comedic, position of fighting an effort by Brussels to hand it funds to help businesses, workers and its health service, writes James Moore
· Westminster on collision course with Edinburgh and Cardiff over plans for repatriation of powers after Brexit →
And he accused the SNP of wanting to “hand the powers that we would give back to Scotland from this parliament to Brussels”.
· Margrethe Vestager was 100% correct over public mood on Apple tax case →
Court defeat for Brussels, however, is reminder of glacial pace at which international tax reform proceeds
· Prince William County home sales →
Brussels Way, 3992-Sanjeev Mukhtiar Singh to Misra Mohammed, $371,000.
· The Guardian view on Brexit and devolution: a crisis in the making →
In any case, the default setting will be for powers previously routed through Brussels to be wielded from No 10, not Edinburgh or Cardiff.
· Brexit Britain will NOT ‘surrender’ to EU fishing demands -MP warns 'Boris has been clear' →
The St Austell and Newquay MP spoke to Express.co.uk about the nature of trade talks with Brussels.
· Brexit project fear unmasked: Four years on - how did Remainers' doom-mongering turn out? →
When David Cameron returned from Brussels in February 2016 with a renegotiated deal with the EU, a bitter and nasty referendum campaign jumped into action.
· Apple wins EU court battle in €13b tax case →
BRUSSELS, July 15 — A European court today annulled an EU order that Apple repay Ireland €13 billion (RM63.9 billion) in back taxes, in a major legal setback for Brussels.
· 2020 will mark 'inflection point' in India-UK healthcare collaboration: Indian diplomat →
The 44-year-old diplomat, who has previously been based in Brussels during his tenure in the European Union, believes Britain’s exit from the EU and the pandemic-induced economic crisis will also throw up some opportunities within the India-UK sphere.