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UK voices sympathy for Poland in EU judiciary dispute

British leader Theresa May has lent unexpected support to Poland's view that the EU had no right to punish it over its controversial judicial reforms. "These constitutional issues are normally, and should be primarily, a matter for the individual country concerned," she said while visiting Warsaw on Thursday to curry its favour in Brexit talks. She added that "across Europe we have collective belief in the rule of law", however.

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Brexit standoff continues before EU summit

As negotiations halt ahead of the EU summit later this week, British prime minister Theresa May told her parliament the Irish border issue should not derail a Brexit deal.

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Daily reality in Western Sahara - and how EU can protect it

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