Trade agreement

The government's own assessment says the Indo-Pacific agreement will add just 0.08% to GDP.
The former prime minister said the UK was "first in line" for an agreement with America.
“It is the second time in the space of six months that the UK government is set to breach international law."
The European Research Group says the Northern Ireland protocol "has to go" but Labour insists: "This was the deal they demanded".
Downing Street insists "we will not be lowering workers' rights" but does not rule out changes to the EU working time directive.
Ian Paisley accuses prime minister of insulting people’s intelligence after he describes post-Brexit disruption as “teething problems”.
“We are going to really, really struggle this year.”
MPs heading home for Christmas could quickly return if trade deal agreed in last-minute rush to pass legislation.
Malcolm Turnbull, the former Australian leader, warns the PM to “be careful what you wish for”.