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