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“Clotted cream from Cornwall, Cornish pasties, Cumberland sausage, Welsh lamb and beef, Stilton and Cheddar cheeses - all of which the Prime Minister and Liz Truss were fond to cite - are no longer protected for our trade."
There is growing speculation the PM could soon trigger Article 16 as ongoing talks between the EU and UK continue to fail to resolve problems such as the "sausage war". But Boris Johnson is being given fresh warnings about the impact of such action.
Lord Frost has been accused of laying out red lines he knew the EU could not accept, to deliberately engineer “a breakdown in relations”, by a leading Irish minister.
The sausage manufacturer has already warned of food shortages this Christmas as companies battle to find staff after Brexit.
The UK has given the EU a new deadline of two weeks to agree to axe trade checks introduced by the Brexit deal for Northern Ireland, or risk unilateral action by London.
Five years after Britain voted to leave the European Union, the bloc is still tied up in post-Brexit wrangling, reports policy correspondent Jon Stone.
The British Meat Processors Association and the British Poultry Council are demanding urgent action from ministers to protect food supplies as the festive favourite is put at risk
Commission vice president Maros Sefcovic will seek to arrange talks with Brexit minister Lord Frost and his team to discuss the request.
Bloc leaders say UK must fully implement post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland.
'Patience is wearing thin' with the UK on the Northern Ireland Brexit protocol, the European Commission's vice-president, Maroš Šefčovič, has warned, adding the EU could retaliate by suspending some cooperation and imposing tariffs.
Four hours of Brexit talks over Northern Ireland ended with 'no substantive agreement' - with the UK threatening to extend a sausage trading deadline while the EU threatened tariffs in return.
‘Time is short’ to avert clash over chilled meat exports to Northern Ireland, warns Boris Johnson’s Brexit minister.
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator says the bloc is ready to act “firmly and resolutely” if the U.K. fails to honor its commitments under the divorce deal that was supposed to keep trade flowing after the Britain left the EU.
The spat over sausage trade with Northern Ireland risks dragging in US President Joe Biden - as the UK brands the EU's rules "nonsensical" while the EU warns of "swift, firm" retaliation.
The PM is reportedly considering bypassing the Northern Ireland protocol so British sausages can continue to be sold there.
EU and UK locked in talks about food safety.
British organic sausage brand Helen Browning’s Organics will ‘top up’ its UK supply with EU pork following Brexit export headaches.
Firms across four different sectors share their stories of rising costs, extra paperwork and packages that never arrive.
BREXIT has caused a headache for a a supermarket sausage supplier based near Swindon.
UK food company, Helen Browning’s Organic, whose products appear on the shelves of the largest supermarkets in the country has decided to stop using British pork in their sausages following the post-Brexit complications in moving meat across borders.
Helen Browning’s Organic says it is switching to Danish suppliers owing to bureaucracy, delays and costs
Grace periods for implementing post-Brexit checks on goods going from Great Britain to Northern Ireland are at the centre of tensions between the EU and UK.
Supermarkets bringing meat products from Great Britain to Northern Ireland face new bureaucracy from Monday.
Another layer of Brexit red tape associated with the Northern Ireland Protocol has come into effect, with health certificates on Great British sausages and mince now required.