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The Financial Times leads with the EU and UK’s dispute over the part of the Brexit deal that specifically covers Northern Ireland. As talks begin between the two sides to find a solution, the FT reports that leading EU member states are pressing Brussels to come up with contingency plans for a possible trade war in case the UK triggers Article 16, which would suspend the current arrangements. Among the options being discussed within the EU are curbing UK access to the bloc’s energy supplies, the paper adds.

Financial Times Front Page 9th of December 2021

The prime minister has revealed “sweeping new coronavirus restrictions” to combat the spread of the Omicron variant after apologising for a video which showed Downing Street advisers joking about Christmas parties during lockdown, the Financial Times reports.

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Financial Times Front Page 7th of December 2021

US regulators are stepping up their scrutiny of so-called blank-cheque company listings, with officials turning their sights to the corporate vehicle being used to take public Donald Trump’s “non-woke” entertainment group, reports the Financial Times.

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