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The United Kingdom is leaving the European Union on 31 October 2019.
Get ready for Brexit
10 September 2019 — News story
The UK today received international backing to host the COP26 climate summit in 2020.
12 September 2019 — Press release
Rehman Chishti MP to succeed the current envoy, Lord Ahmad, to further the government’s work to promote the UK’s firm stance on religious freedom and tolerance abroad.
16 September 2019 — Press release
Minister for Asia and the Pacific, Heather Wheeler will discuss strengthening ties with the region, the role of women, climate change and de-mining.
11 September 2019 — News story
The Foreign Office is opening its doors to the public on 21 & 22 September 2019
30 August 2019 — Press release
These measures will help UK nationals living in the EU who may struggle to complete residency applications so that they can stay in EU countries.
13 June 2018 — Collection
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