Government rejects new Tory blueprint to avoid hard border
A report by Conservative politicians raises the possibility of creating special economic zones around Derry-Donegal and Dundalk-Newry and advanced trusted trader systems for businesses
A new report touted by British prime minister Boris Johnson as key to solving the backstop stand-off has been dismissed by the Irish government.
Johnson has ordered his officials to examine a 270-page independent report, published by two Conservative politicians last month, which outlines a series of proposals.
The report, entitled Alternative Arrangements for the Irish Border, suggests a hard border can be avoided by harnessing existing technologies that should be up and running within...
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