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BORIS Johnson's proposals for a bridge or tunnel connecting Northern Ireland and Scotland have faced criticism from the Fraser of Allander Institute think tank.
Special trade arrangements will apply from 1 January whether Johnson strikes deal or not.
The EU's long-held insistence on level playing field provisions continues. How does the UK see its commitments to the Irish Protocol and the Political Declaration and what impact will deviation have on its credibility in other trade talks?
The Home Office's proposed skills criteria and salary threshold for overseas workers will "decimate" the north's hospitality sector, an industry representative has said.
The statements came today after reports suggested that Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered his Brexit team to find ways to "get around" the Northern Ireland protocol.
EU negotiator signals future relationship negotiations are on course for acrimonious start.
Ministers ‘must not be allowed to sidestep their responsibilities,’ says Sinn Fein MP.
Concerns raised after reports negotiating team told to devise plans to ‘get around’ protocol in withdrawal agreement.
EU law expert, Professor Michael Dougan dissects Boris Johnson’s proposed deal to take the UK out of the EU if he is successful in the forthcoming General Election.
As the EU and UK continue to prepare for the trade negotiations, there are clear signs that all is not well when it comes to implementing the divorce part of Brexit, in particular the Irish Protocol.
A NEW POLL has shown just over half of people in Northern Ireland would vote for Irish unification if there were a border poll tomorrow.
Stormont committee also hears many small businesses unprepared for customs workload.
Simon Fraser argues Brexit complicates union of Britain and Northern Ireland.
The UK's famous sausages, from Cumberland to Lincolnshire, stand to suffer if the government doesn't act.
Customs duties may have to be paid on most goods entering NI from Great Britain under the Brexit deal, a trade expert has told the House of Lords.
The biggest operator of ferries in the Irish Sea has confirmed that there will be checks, inspections and some new infrastructure for trade, and it wants to know what the government will pay for.
Representative body warns firms would simply not fill out forms moving goods to Britain.
EU CHIEF Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier is to meet Sinn Féin and DUP representatives today as the countdown begins to the UK leaving the European Union on Friday.
United bloc will continue to protect its interests, say Michel Barnier and Leo Varadkar
Michel Barnier adviser Stefaan De Rynck warns that EU "will not tolerate any backsliding or half measures" on PM's Brexit deal.
UK could be fined by the European Court of Justice which - to the likely fury of Tory MPs – will retain the power if there is 'any backsliding'.
The Scottish National Party is making a last-ditch bid to block the bill taking the UK out of the European Union from becoming law, on the final day of its passage through parliament.
Leaving the EU confronts my former colleagues with a greater challenge than Whitehall has faced for generations.
A formal division was not required as there were no dissenting votes.