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Title: Northern Ireland protocol row could damage good faith needed for post-Brexit trade deals
Author(s): Comerford, David
Keywords: UK politics
Boris Johnson
UK parliament
UK government
UK trade
Trust in government
northern ireland protocol
Sue Gray
Issue Date: 21-Jun-2022
Date Deposited: 22-Jun-2022
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Comerford D (2022) Northern Ireland protocol row could damage good faith needed for post-Brexit trade deals. The Conversation. 21.06.2022.
Abstract: First paragraph: 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. The Northern Ireland protocol has been a driver of economic and political tension since it was decided as part of the Brexit withdrawal agreement.
Type: Newspaper/Magazine Article
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