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expect warning from government ME that it is ready to override post-brexie Northern Ireland Protocol If an agreement cannot be reached on the deduction of checks on goods traveling from Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Ministers are preparing to outline proposals to Parliament to address the “serious challenges” caused by the protocol, which has been described as a difficult border with Ireland by effectively placing Northern Ireland in the EU’s single market for goods. is designed to prevent.
lord frost, the former chief negotiator with the European Union is expected to say today that the post-Brexit conditions should be radically changed less than a year after the new system takes effect.
radical Peir recently told the European Committee of Inquiry that the only way for the protocol to work was to “extremely reduce or eliminate the barriers” that have effectively created a bottom limit. Irish Sea Since its implementation in January.
boris johnson used a phone call with his Dublin counterpart on Tuesday Michael Martin To urge “practicality” to rectify the issues being maintained by the protocol, but the plans are likely to be controversial with the EU.
You can watch Brexit Minister Lord Frost’s comments on the Northern Ireland Protocol earlier this week below:
Conrad Duncan21 July 2021 08:08
Minister expected to tell EU that UK can override Northern Ireland Protocol
Ministers are set to outline their proposals to address the “serious challenges” caused by the Northern Ireland Protocol today, with the UK government expected to tell the EU it is ready to scrap the Brexit deal .
The move follows concerns over the passage of food from Britain into Northern Ireland, with critics warning that the rules effectively created a new border in the Irish Sea.
Boris Johnson told his Dublin counterpart Michael Martin on Tuesday that “practicality” was needed on the issue, but reports suggest the UK will be on a collision course with the EU over its controversial solutions.
According to financial TimesBrexit minister Lord Frost will push for an “integrity box” system to allow companies in Great Britain to declare that their goods are destined for sale only and used to bypass border checks in Northern Ireland. is.
The protocol was negotiated as part of Britain’s divorce from Brussels to avoid a hard border with Ireland, effectively placing Northern Ireland on the EU’s single market of goods.
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