Brexit withdrawal agreement

“It is the second time in the space of six months that the UK government is set to breach international law."
The PM made fish a central focus of Brexit talks and promised to "take back control" of UK waters – but it's not going to plan.
The European Research Group says the Northern Ireland protocol "has to go" but Labour insists: "This was the deal they demanded".
PM's ally will work as a Cabinet Office minister under Michael Gove on how to "maximise the opportunities of Brexit".
The remarks follow some media speculation that Johnson was considering standing down before the next general election.
Tory Eurosceptics say Margaret Thatcher would be "deeply proud" but Labour berate deal's "lack of ambition".
But Boris Johnson has promised the UK 'won’t immediately send children up chimneys or pour raw sewage all over its beaches'.
Ambassadors from the 27 member states were briefed on the contents of the post-Brexit trade deal on Christmas Day.
Spoiler: We do not have the "exact same benefits" as EU membership.