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UK’s plan to extend Brexit grace period infuriates Irish and EU officials – The Guardian

Move follows Boris Johnson being accused of breaking international law for second time over Northern Ireland



The European parliament has postponed setting a date for ratifying the trade and security deal with Britain after Boris Johnson was accused of breaking international law for a second time over Northern Ireland.
The chambers political groups agreed on Thursday to wait in light of the latest row with Downing Street, with some senior MEPs warning that the Christmas Eve deal will not be passed at all if the UK goes ahead with its plans.
The UK was accused by the European commission of breaking international…

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