UK needs to regain borders, cash control from EU: Johnson Dec 08, 2017 0 60 12345 REUTERSLONDONThe United Kingdom as a whole needs to take back control of its borders, laws and cash when it leaves the European Union, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Thursday.His remarks follow the insistence this week by the Northern Irish unionist DUP party that props up Prime Minister Theresa May's government that the region should not be treated any differently from the rest of Britain in Brexit talks."Whatever way we devise for getting onto the body of the (Brexit) talks, it's got to be consistent with the whole of the United Kingdom taking back control of our laws, of our borders and of our cash," Johnson told reporters after a speech.A tentative deal on the Irish border, which is required if Brexit talks are to move to the next phase, was agreed with Dublin's blessing on Monday. But that deal was scuppered by the DUP which rejected what it saw as separate treatment for Northern Ireland.Britain is aiming to agree with the EU on Dec. 14 to move Brexit talks into the next phase that would focus on trade and a two-year transition deal to smooth the UK's departure after March 2019.British government ministers have big differences over what Brexit should mean for Britain, and over the extent of concessions it should offer in return for preferential access to EU markets.Johnson, asked if he could understand why people who voted for Brexit might feel betrayed by Britain paying large sums of money to the EU in a divorce bill, said the question was"absolutely right".On Wednesday, finance minister Philip Hammond told lawmakers that ministers had yet to agree what they want from a final Brexit deal. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES EU sues Hungary, Poland and Czech Republic over quotas Dec 08, 2017 0 402 Schulz urges SPD to approve Merkel govt talks, vows to push key demands Dec 08, 2017 0 55 France to pay 'national homage' to rocker Johnny Hallyday Dec 08, 2017 0 57 EU's Tusk to make Brexit statement today REUTERS BRUSSELS European Council President Donald Tusk will make a statement on Brexit early today, his office said on Thursday, prompting speculation on the fate of British Prime Minister Theresa May's plans for .. Swiss border guard convicted over Syrian refugee's miscarriage AFP Geneva A Swiss military court on Thursday convicted a border guard for refusing medical assistance to a heavily pregnant Syrian refugee who miscarried while being sent back to Italy. The guard was found guilty of .. Italian police arrest man for poisoning family AFP Rome Italian police said Thursday they arrested a man who used thallium, used in rat poison, to murder two grandparents and an aunt because he claimed they were"unclean". Maria Luisa Zanetti, the prosecutor from the .. Post-Brexit UK 'won't fall apart': EU's Dijsselbloem Brussels Britain's City of London financial hub centre"will not fall apart" after Brexit even if it loses the right to allow banks to trade freely across the bloc, Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on .. Poland ready to defend migration stance WARSAW Poland is ready to defend its decision in the European Union's top court to refuse to accept migrants from Africa and the Middle East under an EU plan to redistribute them, Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad .. Swiss border guard convicted for Syrian refugee's miscarriage Geneva A Swiss military court convicted a border guard for refusing medical assistance to a heavily pregnant Syrian refugee who miscarried while being sent back to Italy. The guard was found guilty of causing bodily harm ..