The consequences for the British fishing industry on Day 1 of Brexit have been given ample coverage in the UK media following a government document allegedly leaked on purpose. According to the document, clashes would place immediate strain on maritime agencies, with nearly 300 foreign boats fishing illegally on day one of Brexit.
"The government isn't involved, so it's not a free speech issue." Follow any debate over censorship these days, and one is likely to hear this misguided view stated repeatedly. It means, in effect, th ... Read more
KABUL: For years, as violence raged through Afghanistan, lavish weddings offered a rare opportunity for celebration, but now even that is under threat after last weekend's deadly attack on a party ven ... Read more
The nature of how organizations capture and store the public's biometric data, such as fingerprints and images of faces, came under renewed scrutiny in Britain by security experts and regulators. Read more
Shadow chancellor also says only Jeremy Corbyn could lead caretaker government The shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, has backed MPs’ demands for Boris Johnson to cut short parliament’s summer recess, ... Read more
Proposal by City lobby groups could make the industry more accessible to women City lobby groups are proposing cutting stock market trading hours to help make banking and asset management more accessi ... Read more
Labour leader to call Johnson ‘fake populist’ as PM prepares for G7 debut Welcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing. If you would like to receive this as a weekly email, sign up here . You can ... Read more