Boris Johnson told the EU Britain must have “freedom” to make its own rules last night as cabinet ministers said he should pursue a no-deal Brexit unless Brussels backs down. The prime minister and Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, last night agreed to a “final throw of the dice” this week to salvage a deal. But a senior No 10 figure warned the chances of getting an agreement were now “no better than 50-50” after more than four years and five months of talks.
The Mail on Sunday's Midas column recommended readers 'buy' shares of pharmacovigilance specialist Ergomed.
Russian lender Sberbank has opened its startup accelerator to participation by foreign firms.
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