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The UK and EU agreed in a ‘constructive’ call on Sunday to ‘go the extra mile’ in search of a deal

US doctors could administer the first authorised coronavirus shot as soon as today, an EY anti-fraud team warned in 2018 that “red-flag indicators” at Wirecard pointed to potential accounting manipulation, and Europe’s top financial regulators are set to approve lender payouts within strict limits. Plus, Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen agreed to extend negotiations for a UK-EU trade agreement. The FT’s Brexit editor, David Bond, explains how that might play out over the next few weeks. 

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EU and UK still ‘far apart’ but Brexit deal hopes rise

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EY fraud unit found ‘red-flag indicators’ Wirecard in 2018

Eurozone banks set to restart dividend payments under strict limits

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