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Business groups in Northern Ireland have appealed to the UK Government and the EU to bring an end to post-Brexit trading frictions.
Brussels says London must backtrack or both sides will go down ‘a much more confrontational’ path.
The EU's ambassador to the U.K. on Sunday conceded there was little trust between the two sides ahead of a meeting this week to discuss contentious trade barriers with Northern Ireland.
EU and UK locked in talks about food safety.
Twenty-five committees and five study groups to cover almost every conceivable area of interest between the EU and UK have still not been established.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has warned that the UK’s decision to extend post-Brexit grace periods “exacerbates uncertainty and instability”.
Northern Ireland businesses will not be ready for the new Irish Sea border in January and need a further transition period, industry leaders have said.
Preparing Brexit: How ready is the UK? is our second report examining government and business preparations for the end of the transition period, building on Preparing Brexit: The scale of the task left for UK government and business, published in July.
Prime minister wants to overwrite parts of treaty he agreed at beginning of the year.
UK Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove has opposed a previous request by the EU to maintain an office in Belfast to oversee the NI Protocol.
Ursula von der Leyen says EU will ‘never backtrack’ on withdrawal agreement.
This article is going to try and explain lots of different things which all form part of the ‘what’s going on right now’ picture.
European Scrutiny Committee writes to Michael Gove demanding transparency on EU/UK Joint Committee.
MICHAEL Gove has suggested that EU officials may need to cross the border into the north in order to oversee checks on goods.
The JCWG on Ireland/Northern Ireland meets for the first time today. What is it and why should we care?
Progress "has not been good" in negotiations to reach a post-Brexit trade deal, the Tánaiste (Irish deputy PM) has said.
The Irish Government believes the office would be a reflection of the EU's 'ongoing support' for the peace process.
UK rejected initial request from Brussels during negotiations on post-Brexit Irish border controls.
About 150 delegates were due to arrive next week for three days of talks.
Concerns raised after reports negotiating team told to devise plans to ‘get around’ protocol in withdrawal agreement.
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.