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UK outlines approach to cross-border legal disputes post-Brexit

The government will look at civil judicial cooperation, suggesting ways of tackling cross-border disputes

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Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to "take back control of our laws and bring an end to the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in Britain" - a pledge which could hamstring talks with the EU.

London

BRITAIN on Tuesday will outline ways to resolve cross-border civil disputes with the European Union after Brexit, adding to a list of proposals for future ties to try to nudge talks forward with the bloc.

In the third of five such papers to be published this week, the...