The UK could again unilaterally extend a grace period for the introduction of controls on certain goods. Refrigerated meat in particular.
Correspondent in London,
The “sausage war»Will it take place? This is how the British press refers to the confrontation which continues between Brussels and London around Northern Ireland. Two days before the G7 and on the eve of the arrival of a Joe Biden with Irish roots, a high-level meeting was organized Wednesday in London to try to dispel the clouds. Alas, the front lines have not moved.
In an attempt to defuse tensions around the famous “northern irish protocol», The Vice-President of the European Commission, Maros Sefcovic, spoke for several hours with the British Minister responsible for Brexit, David Frost. “There was no progress. There was no break up either and we will continue to discuss», Declared the latter.
The EU says it will push the fires of its lawsuit in this case, which could end in the imposition of tariffs and quotas
While ensuring that it continues to actively seek solutions, the British government has warned that it will examine “all the options available to preserve peace, prosperity and stability in Ireland
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