The Guardian – Brexit standoff sours start of G7 summit
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Brexit standoff sours G7 summit
The Guardian says the G7 summit risks being overshadowed by a “bitter Brexit stand-off” between France and the UK. French President Emmanuel Macron increased pressure on Mr Johnson over post-Brexit regulatory checks on goods going into Northern Ireland from Great Britain, the paper says, insisting “nothing is negotiable”.
The Guardian says the Liberal Democrats have pulled off an extraordinary victory in the Buckinghamshire constituency of Chesham and Amersham
The Guardian says British food and drink exports to the EU fell by £2bn in the first three months of 2021, with sales of dairy products plummeting by 90%, according to an analysis of HMRC data.
The Guardian says Edwin Poots has resigned as leader of the Democratic Unionist party (DUP) after colleagues rebelled over a deal to revive the Northern Ireland assembly
The Guardian’s top story is on the apology from government ministers to rape victims as a review revealed convictions have fallen to a record low in recent years.
The Guardian says British travellers who have had two Covid vaccines could be allowed quarantine-free entry into England under plans being considered
The Guardian says millions of British children attend schools where air pollution is worse than the World Health Organization limit, campaigners have said.