World Brexit: France and Ireland get massive EU
A couple of wins for Johnson, but no trade deal with the US is a major setback
It's been four years since a British prime minister stepped into the White House and during that time the leading characters and the context in which they are meeting have changed greatly. © Associated Press British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks during a meeting with President Joe Biden in the Oval Office Pic: AP President Donald Trump and Theresa May replaced by President Joe Biden and Boris Johnson. Brexit has happened; the 'forever war' in Afghanistan is over; and the two incumbents in the White House and Downing Street have found common purpose on climate change.
aids affected by Brexit will receive Brussels aid. France will benefit from € 735 million of European Emergency Funds and Ireland 1.1 billion.
good news for France and Ireland. The Governments of the EU's twenty-seven approved the release of 5.4 billion euros of emergency European funds to assist Member States most affected by the economic consequences of Brexit, starting with these two countries. Ireland, the only country of the Union sharing a land border with the United Kingdom, will receive 1.1 billion euros to help offset the losses entreprenerated by the application since January 1 of the trade agreement Post-between London and Brussels.
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France will benefit from 735 million euros, a large part for the fisheries sector that has seen its access to the British waters drastically reduced. The agreement concluded on 24 December between the United Kingdom and the EU guarantees a circulation without customs duties for the majority of goods, but the new customs regulations (registration procedures and border controls) lead to significant costs for the companies on both sides.
London has introduced its own support programs to the British firms affected by the economic shock of the.
Britain warns EU time running out to fix N.Ireland accord .
The UK government on Monday said it stood ready to abandon a post-Brexit trading accord for Northern Ireland soon, unless the EU agreed to wholesale changes. "I assume if we do use Article 16, the EU will look to retaliate" through trade tariffs on UK-wide goods, he added. "I hope they don't."The unity of the country is paramount, obviously, and we have to proceed on that basis."- Business fears -The British Chambers of Commerce said an "agreed solution" between London and Brussels about the protocol was "by far the best outcome", as it offered businesses certainty.