‘The protocal is not the problem’ says EU as dispute over NI border plans continues

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The EU has pushed back sharply against demands the Northern Brexit protocol be scrapped, warning that a renegotiation would merely lead to more instability for traders and communities.  European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic added, “A renegotiation of the protocol, as the UK government is suggesting, would mean instability, uncertainty and unpredictability in Northern Ireland.”

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