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An EU-UK free trade agreement will result in new barriers to trade and border friction even if the UK chooses to unilaterally align itself with EU rules and regulations.
There will be border checks on trade inside the UK under the Brexit deal negotiated by Boris Johnson, the EU’s chief negotiator has said.
Brussels rules out 'mutual recognition' of regulations between EU and UK ahead of talks.
His false claims about the withdrawal agreement reveal an utter lack of interest in Brexit’s consequences for Belfast and Dublin.
British Prime Minister claimed over the weekend such checks would not be necessary.
Boris Johnson's #Brexit deal would require checks on goods travelling from Britain to Northern Ireland, with much more limited checks in the other direction, says Ireland's Deputy PM @simoncoveney.
DUP leader says customs officials told her there would have to be checks at Irish Sea, contrary to Boris Johnson's promises.
PM says checks will exist on goods travelling through Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the Republic.
This Treasury document sets out things that trade experts have been saying pretty clearly, but that the government has refused to accept.
One of Boris Johnson’s business ministers has insisted the prime minister was correct in arguing that businesses in Northern Ireland will not have to fill in forms to export goods to the rest of the UK after Brexit, despite this being an apparent part of the departure deal.
PM repeats discredited claim "there will be no checks" between NI and GB.
The circle that is still impossible to square. Either there is a border in the Irish Sea, or the UK remains in the Customs Union. Fin.
The home secretary has been unable to clarify what checks will take place on goods moving between Northern Ireland and Great Britain after Brexit.
Northern Ireland committee members criticise Julian Smith over plans to require paperwork to move goods.
The Prime Minister has been directly contradicting senior ministers who admit there will be the need for checks on goods passing into GB.
Prime minister directly contradicts the Brexit secretary and NI secretary over post-Brexit checks.
The government's own impact assessment of the Brexit deal confirms firms will have to pay fees, fill out forms and face border inspections when sending goods within the UK.
Firms in Northern Ireland will have to submit declaration forms for goods heading to the rest of the UK, under the government's Brexit deal.
Boris Johnson's Brexit Bill has major consequences for the UK and our future prosperity. MPs would be failing in their duty if they did not scrutinise it line-by-line.
Brexit Secretary admits businesses will need to fill out export declaration forms.
MPs will soon table amendments to the Brexit legislation and Labour said it wants to include plans for a customs union arrangement.
The backstop is dead, long live a new solution for the island of Ireland. Tony Connelly, Sean Whelan and Colm Ó Mongáin will bring you through how the deal was done, and depending on when you're listening to this, what are the chances of, to quote Boris Johnson, Getting Brexit Done and getting it through the House of Commons.
Scotland's highest civil court has begun considering a legal bid to stop the UK government from passing its proposed EU withdrawal agreement.