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Date: 20 April 2017 22:14:15 GMT-7
Subject: Today's top stories: Britain told to keep EU laws or jeopardise deal

In today's edition - Friday April 21 2017
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Friday April 21 2017
In today's edition
Must reads
There will be no favourable Brexit deal for the UK unless Theresa May accepts rules on European workers and security, Brussels has warned
Islamic State last night claimed responsibility for the murder of a police officer on the Champs-Élysées. Adam Sage reports from Paris
Now we'll find out what Mayism stands for: the PM's manifesto will confirm her careful, unshowy commitment to helping those who feel ignored or left behind, writes Michael Gove
Britain told to keep EU laws or jeopardise deal
Brussels is demanding lifelong rights for EU citizens and their families in a move that would overturn Theresa May's pledge to end the power of the European Court of Justice in Britain
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Lenders square up for mortgage price war as rates hit record low
A record low mortgage rate of 0.89 per cent is being launched today after a price war between lenders sent the cost of borrowing tumbling
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Private parking firms pursue one million more motorists
The number of motorists hit with "extortionate" penalties of up to £100 by private parking firms has soared by more than a million in 12 months

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