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WDIV Detroit50 things the UK needs to do after triggering BrexitWDIV DetroitThe UK government has proved nosier than most of its EU counterparts -- last year, Parliament passed the Investigatory Powers Act, better known as the "Snooper's Charter," which gives UK law enforcement agencies unprecedented access to personal data ...Will Brexit be good for Cornwall? The Prime Minister triggers Article 50 so what happens next?Cornwall Liveall 1,094 news articles »
NBC MontanaBrexit: 50 things the UK needs to do after triggering Article 50NBC MontanaThe UK government has proved nosier than most of its EU counterparts -- last year, Parliament passed the Investigatory Powers Act, better known as the "Snooper's Charter," which gives UK law enforcement agencies unprecedented access to personal data ...1. Negotiate a €50 billion divorce bill.BuzzFeed Newsall 1,415 news articles »
A world without retirementThe GuardianDr Ros Altmann, who was brought into government in April 2015 to work on pensions policy, is the UK government's former older workers' champion and a governor of the Pensions Policy Institute. When I relayed .... What they objected to is that the ...and more »
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