13th March 2017

Today’s headlines: Manufacturing booming; May to boost Commonwealth trade ties; Boris Johnson and David Davis expect UK/EU deal but believe Britain will be fine without one; and more.

Chronicle Live: Almost 600 new jobs to be created in Newcastle city centre by Vodafone
Guardian: After Brexit, Israel senses a chance to boost trade with UK

Independent: Theresa May to use Commonwealth meeting months before Brexit to push closer trade ties
Manufacturing and Engineering Magazine: Why British Manufacturing Is Booming (And Why It’s Getting Even Better)
Belfast Telegraph: Scottish manufacturers’ production rises at fastest rate for 19 months

BBC: Brexit bill: Ministers expect MPs to reject changes
Breitbart London: 
 Foreign Sec: Britain Will Be ‘Perfectly OK’ If EU Refuses To Make a Deal
Express: Nicola Sturgeon’s 11th hour bid to derail Brexit with impossible demands for Scotland
Telegraph: UK looks to supercharge EU trade deals post-Brexit
After EU defeat, Poland announces ‘negative’ policy towards Brussels
Brexit Central: 
The “meaningful vote” amendment is an abuse of House of Lords powers – and legislative garbage to boot
EU Observer: 
EU ‘breaking own laws’ by keeping documents secret
Breitbart London: 
Austrian Chancellor Calls for EU Countries Who Refuse to Take Migrants to Have Funding Cut
Ipswich Star: Exclusive: East Anglia has few regrets about voting Brexit as PM gears up for negotiations
RT: UK to demand EU pays back £9bn after triggering Brexit talks – govt sources
Breitbart London:
 Turkey Threatens to Lift Migrant Blockade to Europe