Brexit: EU threatens legal action against UK unless it rewrites internal market bill – live

News updates: European commission says passing the bill would constitute ‘extremely serious violation of withdrawal agreement and international law’

  • EU tells UK: drop Brexit plans to break law or face sanctions
  • ‘Depressing and frustrating’: European press on UK Brexit move
  • No-deal Brexit means food price rises, warns Morrisons
  • Sturgeon announces social ‘rule of six’
  • Positive Covid tests in England rise by 43% in week

The UK government has updated its list of countries covered by quarantine regulations. These new rules apply to England.

Brussels has given Boris Johnson three weeks to drop plans to break international law or the UK will face financial or trade sanctions, as EU lawyers ruled that Britain has already breached the withdrawal agreement by tabling the internal market bill, my colleagues Daniel Boffey and Lisa O’Carroll report.

Related: EU tells UK: drop Brexit plans to break law or face sanctions

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