The European Union said on Thursday that pressure from the Tanzanian government on its ambassador forced his departure and return to Brussels, as deteriorating rights and freedoms in the East African nation come under fire from western donors.
Germany's BDI industry association said on Thursday that it was too soon to breathe a sigh of relief on Brexit, that the situation in Britain was worrying and the ratification of "what looks like a sensible negotiation result" between Brussels and London was very uncertain.
Ireland's envoy to the European Union told a meeting of the bloc's 27 national ambassadors in Brussels on Wednesday that Dublin was on board with the existing draft Brexit deal, diplomatic sources said.
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