Increase in north-south trade could threaten the union, British Brexit Minister says
Growth in cross-border trade comes as a result of the Northern Ireland protocol and ‘weakens the links’ between the North and Britain, according to David Frost
An increase in north-south trade on the island of Ireland has been a consequence of the Northern Ireland protocol and may threaten the union, according to David Frost, the British Brexit Minister.
Frost was speaking earlier in the week at a side panel on Brexit at the Conservative Party conference hosted by the Policy Exchange, a right wing think tank. During the event, panel members said that the growth in north-south trade over the last...
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