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The controversial ‘Russia Report’, which accused Moscow of meddling in Britain’s Brexit referendum and last year’s general election, is just “pathetic,” Conservative peer Lord Balfe MP has told RT.
The British government sees no need to look again at the Brexit referendum because it has no evidence that Russia affected its outcome in any way. The comments came after the release of a parliamentary report on the issue.
A report on alleged Russian interference in UK politics claims Moscow tried to meddle in the 2014 Scottish referendum and said spy agencies should probe “potential interference” in the Brexit vote. Moscow denies the allegations.
A prominent Member of Parliament has said that the forthcoming report on “Russia influence” in UK politics is just another desperate attempt from bitter Remainers to try and undermine the result of the 2016 Brexit referendum.
The UK and EU have exchanged jibes after the third round of Brexit trade talks ended with “little progress.” London accused Brussels of taking an “ideological approach,” but Michel Barnier claimed the UK was stuck in the 1970s.
Progress on Brexit trade talks between the European Union and Britain has “not been good” and another “crisis point” could be reached within weeks if there is no improvement, Ireland’s Foreign Minister Simon Coveney has said.
The UK’s environment secretary has admitted that some 20,000 agricultural workers who’d been expected from EU countries haven’t arrived. As peak harvest time nears, he wants Brits to fill the void, but that’s wishful thinking.
UK cabinet minister Michael Gove was upstaged by a seemingly “grumpy” cat during questions from the Brexit committee via Zoom, interrupting his owner’s contribution and leading to messages of support for the disgruntled feline.
A Downing Street spokesperson has reiterated the UK government's determination to go ahead with Brexit as planned, despite the disruptions caused to the ongoing negotiation process by Covid-19.