Johnson's push to scrap N. Ireland deal fuels fears of EU-UK trade war

Jun 15, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

66% : Brexit poses the risk of reviving Northern Ireland's bloody history of sectarian conflict.
58% : Also, firms exporting to Northern Ireland would be allowed to choose between meeting EU or U.K. standards on regulation.
56% : Ever since a majority of U.K. voters backed Brexit in a referendum in 2016, Northern Ireland's complexities have dogged negotiations over Britain's exit from the EU.
52% : The delicate and explosive issues of Brexit and peace in Northern Ireland are back on the front pages as the United Kingdom moves ahead with plans to nix portions of a trade deal it struck with the European Union.
50% : British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government set the stage for a legal battle on Monday with the introduction of a bill in the House of Commons that would bring Northern Ireland more in alignment with the rest of the U.K. on trade and taxes.
48% : The biggest challenge has been ensuring border checks are not reinstalled between Ireland, which is inside the EU, and Northern Ireland, which is now outside the EU.

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