Sausage trade wars: ‘No breakthrough’ in post-Brexit border talks, says Lord Frost

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    Crunch talks aimed at resolving post-Brexit trade issues have ended with “no breakthroughs”, Brexit minister Lord Frost has said.

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    Talks with the European Commission vice president Maros Sefcovic on the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol, including over sausages and chilled meats, lasted more than three hours and were “frank and honest”, he added.

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