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Feb
1
EU denies deal struck with UK on NI Protocol
Posted by on 01 February 2023 10:49 AM
EU sources have denied a report that the EU and UK have struck a deal on the Northern Ireland Protocol which included "significant" concessions by Brussels on customs checks.
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Jan
26
M&S chair says UK's post-Brexit plans will wreck trade
Posted by on 26 January 2023 07:06 AM
The chairman of Marks & Spencer's has become the latest business leader to criticise the UK government's economic policy, with Archie Norman calling plans to ease post-Brexit trade "overbearing" and "baffling".
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Jan
16
EU, UK say talks should continue in constructive spirit
Posted by on 16 January 2023 06:51 AM
The EU and UK have agreed that scoping work to resolve the dispute over the Northern Ireland Protocol should continue in a constructive spirit, the two sides said in a joint statement.
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Jan
10
'Growing trust' between EU and UK negotiators - Martin
Posted by on 10 January 2023 06:29 AM
The Tánaiste Michéal Martin has said there is growing trust between EU and UK negotiators but he cautioned there was a long way to go before agreement on the Northern Ireland Protocol might be reached.
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Jan
9
EU reaches agreement with UK on access to IT system
Posted by on 09 January 2023 11:44 AM
The EU and UK have reached an agreement on EU access to UK IT systems governing the movement of goods from Britain to Northern Ireland in what is seen as a significant development in the ongoing talks over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
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Dec
21
UK's post-Brexit settlement scheme unlawful, says court
Posted by on 21 December 2022 10:30 AM
The British government's post-Brexit settlement scheme for EU citizens is unlawful, the UK's High Court has ruled.
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