Northern Ireland Protocol does not have to be ditched, says Gove
British cabinet minister strikes more conciliatory tone at House of Commons European scrutiny committee today following strident letter to EU last week
The Northern Ireland Protocol does not have to be “ditched” in order to resolve the issues around getting goods into the North, Michael Gove has said.
The British cabinet minister claimed in a letter to the EU last week that the protocol was causing a “number of pressing problems” in Northern Ireland and issued a series of six demands to help solve them.
The letter‘s strident tone, which came in the...
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