The UK has asked the European Union to extend the grace period on chilled meats being sent from Great Britain to Northern Ireland. KateEMcCann has the latest. Read more here:
Brexit minister Lord Frost and European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic concluded talks last week with no breakthrough.
European Union Image: Sausages are among the meat products from Britain which could be barred from being sold in Northern Ireland Why you can trust Sky News The UK has asked the European Union to extend the grace period on chilled meats being sent from Great Britain to Northern Ireland.Thu 17 Jun 2021 18.Simon Cowell, Finn and PC Dave Wardell (Image: ITV) The fines will make it easier to safeguard the welfare of animals including neglected horses (Image: GETTY) Chris Sherwood, Chief Executive of the RSPCA, said fixed penalty notices were a useful way to combat the suffering of farm animals, horses and animals which are kept in zoos.Taking the knee, and how BLM became synonymous with Communism “Rare migrants are few and far between on Scilly in mid-June,” he told the paper.
The grace period allowing items such as sausages to be sent between the two is due to expire at the end of June.The UK has asked for this deadline to be extended until September, something the European Commission has now said it will consider.14 BST The UK has formally requested a further three months to resolve the bitter Brexit row with Brussels over the sale of sausages in.Image: Sausages are among the meat products from Britain which could be barred from being sold in Northern Ireland A statement released by the European Commission on Thursday said Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic will look to arrange discussions with UK Brexit Minister Lord Frost to discuss the details of the request It noted that the EU has"already indicated its openness to finding solutions" that work alongside the Protocol.” The penalties, used in conjunction with tougher sentences due to come into force soon, would provide better safeguards for all animals, he explained.Advertisement Solutions that provide"stability and predictability" for citizens of Northern Ireland will remain the top priority, the statement added.The Brexit minister, Lord Frost, has written to the EU with an official request to extend the grace period to 30 September for the sale of sausages produced in Great Britain in Northern Ireland supermarkets.The protocol was put in place to avoid the introduction of a hard border between the Republic and Northern Ireland in the event of a no-deal.“It only takes one bird to make a day and what a bird it was.
KateEMcCann Not so independent after all... BorisJohnson sold us a dud. When will the rabble realise that they have been conned? KateEMcCann 🇪🇺💙🇪🇺💙🇪🇺💙🇪🇺💙🇪🇺✌ KateEMcCann This is nonsense, just to make EU look extremist. All exporters in Britain have to down is slap a sticker on pallet saying, FOR USE IN N.I. ONLY Problem solved, British knew of this pre existing rule as the voted in European Parliament for it!
KateEMcCann Do they still need us more than we need them? KateEMcCann KateEMcCann I can't see it being extended, EU has allowed this to drag on for long enough....time to let the brexiteers to see what they voted for. KateEMcCann Tell the EU to Foxtrot Oscar there has got to be more than enough PONI to get by.
KateEMcCann Kick the can a little further down the road...
UK asks EU for more time to resolve Brexit sausage rowRequest over Northern Ireland comes amid moves to guarantee voting rights for EU citizens in UK local elections What has the UK done with the time that was granted in the past grace-period I suspect it has done precious little. An extension of the grace-period is therefor undeserved. The row is about chilled meat, not sausages per se. Very tabloidese of The Guardian to suggest otherwise. Another reason I no longer pay a monthly contribution to The Guardian. In a pathetic fit of democracy denial they've pushed themselves down to the gutter, it often seems. Ah the oven ready brexit deal where 99% of the ingredients were missing!
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