EU Rejects U.K.-Northern Ireland Deal Rewrite

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Jul.22 — The British government called on the EU to rewrite a deal overseeing post-Brexit trade with Northern Ireland. The request comes just a year after it was agreed with the union. Brussels has categorically ruled out a renegotiation, putting it on a collision course with London. Bloomberg’s Edward Evans reports on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

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