LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - The United Kingdom as a whole needs to take back control of its borders, laws and cash when it leaves the European Union, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Thursday.


30


Reuters

Latest News

Daily Mail: Will Greenwood prepares for Arctic trek to raise £500,000

Daily Mail: Messi wows team mates and Valverde with special free kick

FOX: UN Security Council approves 30-day cease-fire in Syria despite Russian delays

Daily Mail: Nine reality TV show sees couples buy house blindfolded

Reuters: U.S. Democrats' memo charges Republicans trying to undermine Russia probes

CTV News: A stitch in time: Montreal tailor reflects on 65 years in the business

CBC: Congress releases redacted, declassified Democratic memo

Daily Mail: US seeks UN ban on 33 ships, 27 firms over North Korea...

Daily Mail: Mathieu Bastareaud primed to pile pain on England

NBC New York: Three BSO Deputies Didn't Enter Parkland School, Sources Say

USA Today: No. 1 Virginia cruises past Pitt, secures outright ACC title

USA Today: Hartford beats Binghamton 67-57 behind Carroll's 23 points

USA Today: List takes 1-shot lead at Honda Classic with Woods 7 back

Daily Mail: Cramer's stepson in critical condition at Bismarck...

Daily Mail: Couple clock up 100,000km travelling in van Australia

Daily Mail: Brazil seeks extradition of man arrested for gun...

CTV News: Weather warmup brings out the polar plungers

USA Today: No. 1 Virginia cruises past Pitt, secures outright ACC title

USA Today: Hartford beats Binghamton 67-57 behind Carroll's 23 points

USA Today: List takes 1-shot lead at Honda Classic with Woods 7 back

Daily Mail: Duchess of Cambridge bump suggests she may have girl

Los Angeles Times: Erik Tolman hits, pitches El Toro to season-opening triumph over El Dorado

Los Angeles Times: Shani Davis Says Goodbye To Speedskating Without Saying A Word