Brexit deal is possible, says Centre for European Reform's Grant

A Brexit deal between the European Union and the United Kingdom is possible, the head of the Centre for European Reform think tank, Charles Grant, said on Thursday.
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Knicks interested in Kentucky assistant Kenny Payne joining coaching staff
Knicks president Leon Rose didn’t bring John Calipari to New York, but he could add the Kentucky coach’s right-hand man. Wildcats associate head coach Kenny Payne told the Lexington Herald-Leader that the Knicks have expressed interest in hiring him as an assistant coach on Tom Thibodeau’s staff. Payne is weighing an offer, according to Stadium’s...
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Luxury Miami high-rise using robots to zap out COVID-19
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Andrew McCarthy: Should Judge Sullivan be disqualified from Michel Flynn case?
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CNN reporters break down Donald Trump's executive orders
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Brazil passes 100,000 Covid-19 deaths, as cases top 3 million
Brazil surpassed 100,000 deaths from Covid-19 on Saturday as cases exceeded 3 million, according to the latest numbers by the country's Health Ministry.
Man launches expletive-filled tirade at restaurant staff for taking too long to prepare his to-go meal
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Bear follows two men home in Alaska, destroys family’s house
While the children and Norman Lott’s wife tried to hide, the men started yelling at the bear who reared up and lunged at McVey and Lott.
Trump orders more unemployment pay and tax deferral
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NHL vet Jeremy Roenick on players kneeling: 'The flag means more to me'
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Ohio governor tests negative for coronavirus a second time
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Down for the count: Conor McGregor engaged to longtime love Dee Devlin
That ring is a total knockout!
A dog has been mayor of this California town for 8 years
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The fleet has operated for weeks in the area, possibly with illegal activity.
Ukraine offering prisoners upgrades to luxury VIP cells — with a price
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Black and Hispanic children are impacted more severely by coronavirus, research shows
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Trump extends unemployment benefits through executive order but cuts aid to $400 per week: What we know
Through a series of executive orders, President Trump is providing unemployment aid, suspending student loan payment and cutting payroll taxes.
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This wanted mobster ‘killed enough people to fill a small cemetery’
Few would recognize Matteo Messina Denaro on the street, but the Cosa Nostra leader is one of the most sought-after fugitives on the planet. His reign of terror amped up in 1993, after authorities tracked down and arrested Sicilian mafia boss Salvatore “Toto” Riina, who had spent 23 years on the lam, in Palermo, Italy....
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President Donald Trump signs several executive orders to provide coronavirus relief
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Portland standoff escalates after Trump labels demonstrators ‘anarchists’
Protesters and police weren’t the only ones squaring off in Portland — President Trump jumped into the fray with words. Only hours before cops and activists faced off early Saturday on the city’s east side, the president once again accused “anarchists” and “mobs” of orchestrating the demonstrations. The confrontation took place at a Portland police...
Hershey wants NYC artist to stop selling ‘Kill Kats’ and ‘Kisses of Death’
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Angels lineup vs. Texas Rangers: Patrick Sandoval takes the mound, Jo Adell returns
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NYC Council to pay $4M in services for sex workers despite budget cut
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Richard Jewell’ on HBO, in Which Facts and Truth Collide, with Vulnerable People in the Middle
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Inspired Lionel Messi lifts Barcelona into Champions League quarterfinals
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Donald Trump: Democrats Want to Use Coronavirus Aid Bill to Steal the Election
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Trump extends US unemployment benefits
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