LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - The United Kingdom as a whole needs to take back control of its borders, laws and cash when it leaves the European Union, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Thursday.



Latest News

CTV News: Police release images of suspects involved in vehicle thefts

CTV News: Police say parties knew each other after teen struck by vehicle

CTV News: Expect no quick end to Canada-wide cannabis shortages, producers warn

Reuters: As Congress picks leaders, McConnell keeps top Senate post

Reuters: UPDATE 1-Airbus likely sold 10 A330neo jets to Delta - sources

Reuters: TREASURIES-U.S. yields turn lower as Wall Street falls

Reuters: Dialog Semi says not seeing hit to demand from Apple

Reuters: UPDATE 5-California wildfire victims sue utility PG&E alleging negligence

Reuters: UK's May to give short Brexit statement after cabinet meeting

Jpost: Beit Yehudi demands Ministry of Defense position

Ynet: Egyptian brokers to arrive in Gaza and discuss ceasefire

WashingtonPost: Lindsey Graham’s defense of Kavanaugh did not help the GOP with women voters

NewYorkTimes: ‘The Wild Boys’ Review: Women as Boys, and Violence as Art

NewYorkTimes: Newsbook: Everyone Is Talking About the California Wildfires. Read These Books on How to Fight Them.

NewYorkTimes: The YSL Documentary Pierre Berge Did Not Want Anyone to See

FOX: MMA fighter battles through bone-popping injury to defeat opponent in bout

FOX: Florida Gov. Rick Scott recuses himself from certifying results in own race

FOX: Google Search's secret strategy: How the tech giant tames the data beast

FOX: MMA fighter battles through bone-popping injury to defeat opponent in bout

CBS: Splintered migrant caravan groups arrive at U.S. border

CBC: Plebiscite result 'comes as no surprise' to IOC

BBC: Surf Snowdonia hotel plan approved by Conwy councillors

BBC: Ward hoping to tee up 'massive' 2019