Michael Gove insists controversial Internal Market Bill clauses will stay

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Michael Gove, the Cabinet Office minister, has travelled to Brussels to chair the joint committee today, ahead of the next round of formal talks, which begin tomorrow. Mr Gove insists the Government won’t be removing the controversial clauses from the UK Internal Market Bill

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