British government wants to change Northern Ireland Protocol unilaterally

The British government wants to change the Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland agreed with Brussels on its own. A bill presented for this purpose on Monday is necessary to secure stability and peace in the former troubled province, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said in the House of Commons in London. She added: “We remain open to talks with the EU.” But progress could only come if Brussels accepted changes to the agreement known as the Northern Ireland Protocol. So far, that has not been the case.

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