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  • Biden campaign rolls out first major general election ad buy

    The campaign of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden rolled out its first major general election ad campaign on Thursday — a $15 million effort across six states that President Trump carried in 2016. The five-week campaign includes TV and digital ads in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Florida, North Carolina

    The Washington Times
  • Failure of Brexit talks could lead to terrorism intelligence delays, say Lords

    Real-time access to EU police databases has not yet been agreed in the negotiations The UK risks losing its real-time access to a watchlist of suspected terrorists if it does not strike a comprehensive Brexit deal on justice and security, peers have been told. The concerns of the policing consequences of a collapse in Brexit talks were raised by members of the Lords EU security and justice sub-committee during questioning of the Home Office minister James Brokenshire. Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • With a bit of oomph, Brexit deal feasible in July, says UK's Johnson

    Leaders from Britain and the European Union agreed on Monday that talks on their future relationship should be stepped up to clinch a deal, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson suggesting an agreement could be reached in July with "a bit of oomph".