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Report: UK softens line on fishing in EU talks

Britain has offered the EU concessions on previous demands to regain full control of its historic fishing waters in the English Channel area from next year in a bid to break a deadlock in Brexit talks, Reuters has said, citing diplomatic sources. "We want a simple, separate fisheries framework agreement which reflects our rights under international law and which provides for annual negotiations over access," a British government spokesman said.

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Ylva Johansson on Migration and Drama Queens

Commissioner for home affairs, Ylva Johansson, would like to win the approval of all EU member states for a new proposal for a common asylum and migration policy - something her predecessors failed to do.

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