Boris Johnson speech in full: Johnson and Olaf Scholz hold press conference

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Boris Johnson speech: The prime minister has refused to rule out triggering Article 16 of Brexit’s Northern Ireland Protocol, and hinted at disagreement with the German Chancellor on the issue. The Prime Minister described an ‘almost seamless harmony’ between the UK and Germany on most issues during a briefing that focused mainly on support for Ukraine but indicated the protocol was an area where there was friction. Under the Brexit deal, goods entering Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK are subject to checks to prevent a hard border on the island of Ireland. But the UK argues the measures have created new economic barriers, hinting that Article 16 could be triggered, which would suspend aspects of the protocol. Appearing alongside the German leader Olaf Scholz at a Downing Street press conference, Mr Johnson said he had raised the issue.

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