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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.
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'.
Hard-fought EU withdrawal legislation now needs only Royal Assent to become law, clearing path for Brexit on 31 January.
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.
Northern political leaders face major challenge after striking deal.
North’s economy will be closer to Republic’s in terms of rules, regulations and practices.
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 says deal will put a border down the Irish sea and threaten the union with Britain.
DUP leader says customs officials told her there would have to be checks at Irish Sea, contrary to Boris Johnson's promises.
This Treasury document sets out things that trade experts have been saying pretty clearly, but that the government has refused to accept.
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.
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.
'Just to be clear, exit summary declarations will be required in terms of NI to GB'
EU and UK negotiators reach a new Brexit agreement that would avoid a hard border.
We examine the impact of the Brexit plans under discussion between the EU and UK.
A sea border would mean checks at major ports in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, such as Holyhead, Liverpool, Belfast and Larne.
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Leaked details show officials have drawn up early feasibility studies for two bridges spanning the Irish Sea.
Documents seen by Channel 4 News reveal that the Treasury and Department for Transport have been asked for advice on possible costs and risks.