BREAKING: DUP threaten to collapse Stormont assembly over NI protocol

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “BREAKING: DUP threaten to collapse Stormont assembly over NI protocol” – below is their description.

The DUP leader has put the UK Government and EU on notice over the Northern Ireland protocol.

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson told a news conference in Belfast that his party will walk out of Stormont if changes to the protocol are not delivered within weeks.

However Sir Jeffrey did announce his party’s immediate withdrawal from north/south political structures.

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