Brexit: EU to set out 'practical solutions' as UK demands changes to Northern Ireland Protocol

10/13/2021 4:06:00 AM

Brexit: EU to set out 'practical solutions' as UK demands changes to Northern Ireland Protocol

Brexit: EU to set out 'practical solutions' as UK demands changes to Northern Ireland Protocol

European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic is set to hold a news conference on Wednesday afternoon in which he will deliver Brussels' verdict on UK proposals for the Northern Ireland Protocol.

Brexit Frans Timmermans, a fellow European Commission vice-president to Mr Sefcovic, told Sky News:"We just want to find practical solutions for the problems of the people and businesses of Northern Ireland.could reduce costs for the fish processing industry and ultimately for consumers, a report by the House of Lords European Affairs Committee claims.There is now a greater risk of blackouts occurring after a fire at one of the stations supplying electricity broke out in September.Have you been previously hesitant about the Covid vaccine? Photograph: David Jones/PA Have you been previously hesitant about the Covid vaccine? Photograph: David Jones/PA Mon 11 Oct 2021 09.

"And we'll be in that mode tomorrow when we discuss it in the College of Commissioners and we will continue to follow that line."We know that there are some objective difficulties in Northern Ireland for citizens and businesses and we want to be part of solving those and we will make some practical propositions to solve them.According to the trade ministry, the deal would help sectors including digital, financial and professional business services and cut tariffs for British exports, boosting a trading relationship worth £21."Let's try and find practical solutions to this and let's not try and politicise it too much.Previously, the UK was estimated to have 3." Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Lord Frost said the Protocol was 'the biggest source of mistrust' between the EU and UK.The UK is Norway’s top trading partner outside the EU, and in terms of their overall trade volumes, this agreement is more significant for Norway and Iceland than it is for London.Asked about the UK's threat to trigger Article 16 and suspend the Protocol, Mr Timmermans added:"That's up to them to do, that's what they could do if they want to, but our focus is on finding solutions.

"How do you help the people in Northern Ireland and the businesses in Northern Ireland by triggering Article 16? "Why not just try and find practical solutions? We will make some propositions tomorrow and hopefully they will be met with a positive reaction from the British side.Ahead of full ratification, the House of Lords European Affairs Committee has published a report on the deal that highlights the extra potential benefits for the fisheries sector.This is a margin of around 4." However, Lord Frost's demands to remove the ECJ from oversight of the Protocol met resistance elsewhere within the EU.Irish deputy prime minister Leo Varadkar warned the UK's requests would be"very hard to accept" in Brussels.7 million annually."The role of the European Court of Justice is there to adjudicate the rules of the single market," he told a news conference in Dublin.Why might there be blackouts? There probably won't."I don't think we could ever have a situation where another court could decide what the rules of the single market are.“On the other hand, Norway has agreed to cut certain tariffs for imports of UK fish feed from 10.

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Maybe the problem is EU has already proved not to play fair with current Ireland protocol. As Von der Leyen did. 'demands' 😂 england is a busted flush you know it we know it everybody knows it 😉 People voted for what they got now want to change things oven ready deal remember that clowns

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