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Boris Johnson met with EU leaders this week, including Germany’s Angela Merkel and France’s Emmanuel Macron for Brexit talks. Mr Johnson appeared to make headway on his desire to ditch the Irish backstop as the German chancellor conceded it may be possible, over the next 30 days, to devise an alternative. However, Telegraph readers remained skeptical over Mrs Merkel’s proposed 'truce'. 

Elsewhere, Telegraph readers shared their ire at the spiralling costs of HS2 as the Government signalled it could scrap the railway project. Charles Moore’s stance on the pension age also provoked a lively debate among Telegraph readers. Mr Moore argued that most people would rather retire a little later than...

Boris Johnson met with EU leaders this week, including Germany’s Angela Merkel and France’s Emmanuel Macron for Brexit talks. Mr Johnson appeared to make headway on his desire to ditch the Irish backstop as the German chancellor conceded it may be possible, over the next 30 days, to devise an alternative. However, Telegraph readers remained skeptical over Mrs Merkel’s proposed 'truce'. 

Elsewhere, Telegraph readers shared their ire at the spiralling costs of HS2 as the Government signalled it could scrap the railway project. Charles Moore’s stance on the pension age also provoked a lively debate among Telegraph readers. Mr Moore argued that most people would rather retire a little later than...

Boris Johnson met with EU leaders this week, including Germany’s Angela Merkel and France’s Emmanuel Macron for Brexit talks. Mr Johnson appeared to make headway on his desire to ditch the Irish backstop as the German chancellor conceded it may be possible, over the next 30 days, to devise an alternative. However, Telegraph readers remained skeptical over Mrs Merkel’s proposed 'truce'. 

Elsewhere, Telegraph readers shared their ire at the spiralling costs of HS2 as the Government signalled it could scrap the railway project. Charles Moore’s stance on the pension age also provoked a lively debate among Telegraph readers. Mr Moore argued that most people would rather retire a little later than...

Boris Johnson met with EU leaders this week, including Germany’s Angela Merkel and France’s Emmanuel Macron for Brexit talks. Mr Johnson appeared to make headway on his desire to ditch the Irish backstop as the German chancellor conceded it may be possible, over the next 30 days, to devise an alternative. However, Telegraph readers remained skeptical over Mrs Merkel’s proposed 'truce'. 

Elsewhere, Telegraph readers shared their ire at the spiralling costs of HS2 as the Government signalled it could scrap the railway project. Charles Moore’s stance on the pension age also provoked a lively debate among Telegraph readers. Mr Moore argued that most people would rather retire a little later than...