US News Northern Ireland. The integrity of the post-Brexit United Kingdom is not negotiable, responds to London
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Dominic Raab, the head of British diplomacy , said Friday, 11 June that no "commodification" of the United Kingdom was conceivable, while the application of the post-Brexit trade provisions creates some tensions between London and Brussels, particularly on the North Irish protocol.
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The British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab stated Friday, June 11 thatis not negotiable, responding to the firm posted by French President Emmanuel Macron .
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London denounces the "too purist" approach of the European Union
we do not negotiate or do not charge the integrity of the kingdom -Uni, whether territorial, constitutional or that it is the economic integrity of the United Kingdom, it is not on the table, it is not negotiable, said on Sky News the chief British diplomacy.
London accuses the European Union to adopt a too purist approach to the application of new specific customs provisions in Northern Ireland, sources of tension in the British province.
These measures were negotiated underAgreement signed in 2019 by the Government of Boris Johnson but provoke strong tensions in the British province, disturbing exchanges with the island of Great Britain, and aroused the anger of unionists loyal to the British crown.
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Emmanuel Macron warned Thursday that nothing is renegotiable on the question of Brexit, believing that he was not serious to want to see the month of July what we finalized after years of debate and work, criticizing Thus the attitude of London concerning the new customs provisions specific to Northern Ireland.
I think the ball is in the EU camp, we understand what the French said and it should encourage the spirits to the Commission in Brussels to adopt a more pragmatic and flexible approach, said Dominic Raab.
Any question with Joe Biden
The question was on the menu of the first head on Thursday between the US President Joe Biden, attached to his Irish roots, and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. EU leaders plan to evoke the question on Saturday at a meeting with the British leader on the margin of the G7 summit in England.
In an interview at the BBC, the Curator Head assured that Joe Biden did not refer to US discontent about London's attempts to return to the North Irish protocol.
Whether London, the European Union, Washington, everyone has a huge interest in ensuring that we keep the essential symmetry of the Good Friday agreement, which ended in 1998 three decades of bloody conflict. Between Loyalists, attached to the British Crown, and Republicans favorable to the reunification of the island,: "I think we can do it".
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