It's harvest time in vineyards across France. But concern over the impact Brexit will have on their business is leaving a sour taste in the mouths of wine producers in Burgundy
Brexiteers hailed the decision to reintroduce the pre-1988 dark blue passport as symbolic of Britain's newly regained sovereignty. The EU doesn't require member countries to issue passports of any particular color.
UK leaders are finding their European friends in a time of need. Meanwhile, there is white smoke in Brussels for the transition deal and a Brexit joke from France has fallen flat in London.
The basket was supposed to make Michel Barnier "fully grasp" Britain's global commercial weight. Critics have pointed out that some of the products are not quite as British as the group had suggested.
Britain's plan to revert to blue passports has Brexiteers elated. But they are upset by news that German and French printers might beat a British bidder amid a Home Office call for tenders EU-wide.
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