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MEPs are set to blast Boris Johnson’s approach on Wednesday. / But the ID group, which represents parties like French National Rally, Italy's Lega, and the German AfD appears to have come to the UK's aid and tried to get the debate postponed.
The British government has been warned that there is "no legal or political justification" for unilateral action on the Northern Ireland Protocol.
‘No justification’ for bid to ditch NI protocol, Ireland and Germany warn Johnson.
The UK government’s Northern Ireland Protocol Bill has now begun its journey through Parliament. If passed, it will unilaterally set aside significant sections of the Protocol – breaching international law and risking a trade war in the middle of a cost of living crisis.
Leo Varadkar, Ireland’s deputy prime minister, has accused the British government of risking the break-up of the United Kingdom and making “shocking” blunders over Northern Ireland.
The UK promises to “fix” the Northern Ireland protocol with unilateral legislation. This will be a major step backwards in trying to resolve genuine practical problems under the protocol.
A former Downing Street chief of staff and architect of the Good Friday Agreement has accused the British government of destroying its trust with the Irish government over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
There are serious doubts about the government's justification for unilaterally overriding the Northern Ireland Protocol, legal experts have told MPs.
In this video, Professor Mark Elliott considers the extent to which the Bill could be considered to be proposing a breach of international law.
Sir Bob Neill attempts to force Boris Johnson to require parliamentary approval before bringing provisions into force.
Boris Johnson ‘shredding trust’ with three breaches of international law, former top diplomat warns.
Senior Conservatives and Labour believe the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill breaks international law and trashes the UK's reputation abroad - but Brexiteers threw their weight behind it.
Government plans to override parts of the Brexit deal relating to Northern Ireland have passed their first hurdle in Parliament.
Speaking in the Commons, Theresa May told MPs that the government's proposals to modify the Northern Ireland protocol would 'diminish' the UK's standing in the world and she 'cannot support it'. The bill proposed by the government, she said, is not 'legal in international law'.
Britain is pressing on with a plan to rip up parts of the post-Brexit trade deal it signed with the European Union.
Ministers express ‘unity’ on European Commission’s legal proceedings in Luxembourg meeting.
The European Union is taking legal action against the UK once again, after the government announced a bill altering the post-Brexit agreement that deals with trade between Northern Ireland, the rest of Britain, and the EU.
In an exclusive interview with Sky's Beth Rigby, Maros Sefcovic disputed the UK government's decision to unilaterally overhaul parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol - saying it was "very damaging" to relations with the EU.
The European Union sued Britain on Wednesday (local time) over its move to rewrite the trade rules agreed to when the country left the EU two years ago, ratcheting up tensions between the major economic partners.
EU Commission rejects UK’s new legislation and launches legal action against Britain.
The EU has announced new legal action against the UK government over its plans to scrap parts of the post-Brexit deal for Northern Ireland.
Maroš Šefčovič says Brussels will launch fresh legal action against UK over treaty obligations.
The EU has said it is launching legal action against the UK over its plans to rip up a key Brexit agreement.
Ministers are portraying themselves as victims of a deal they created for Northern Ireland. A classic blame-shifting strategy.