Brexit Drama 2.0 | Financial Times


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https://www.ft.com/content/42928696-226a-4d50-9a49-4ee16f8b107f

Beijing accused the European Union of imposing regulatory and trade barriers on foreign companies, risking damage to the world’s supply chain, and the COP26 United Nations climate summit in Glasgow resulted in 197 countries reaching agreements on new rules to limit greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, Andy Bounds, an EU correspondent for the Financial Times, explained Article 16 and why the Brexit agreement may break in Northern Ireland.

China accuses the EU of threatening global trade

https://www.ft.com/content/9c9dbc9e-1d33-4e41-9c79-b0df51cd678e

COP26 agrees to new climate rules, but India and China weaken coal pledges —— Emilia Michasuk

https://www.ft.com/content/c891d4af-f80b-48f0-8b6f-a8763655c936

Northern Ireland’s Brexit Deadlock: What is Article 16 and what will happen if it is triggered? —— Andy Bonds

https://www.ft.com/content/b09a58c0-27fb-4453-a6a0-1f2cd74b9ea2

Premier League completes record sale of U.S. TV broadcasting rights

https://www.ft.com/content/1cb410ac-983d-43da-bd1e-e4faa808d157

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