Why did boris propose and agree to the NIP
Ben Lowry: Lord Frost’s speech on the Northern Ireland Protocol reflected a notably more robust UK approach to the borderOn Tuesday there were four striking paragraphs in the speech by Lord Frost that help us see that the UK has toughened its approach towards the Northern Ireland Protocol.www.newsletter.co.uk
Most of the time the people of the UK have been let down over and over again with the leaders that represent them. It was the same in the EU parliament , agreed to terms and conditions that they should not, and as we see now did not know what way the agreement affects ordinary peoples lives. When they come home and discover their action hey presto it's the EU fault instead of their own inability to steer the result the way it would benifit the UK. The is no strong negotiators on the UK gov side and all the deals that are yet to be done make me think that we will see them coming home and he presto it's not what we thought it was. The people deserve better politiciansWhy did boris propose and agree to the NIP
That‘s an interesting read. You are left with the impression that NI is doing fine out of the protocol. If anywhere has lost out, it would appear to be the Hollyhead and Liverpool ports, which have lost so much traffic from Dublin, which included goods from NI exiting and entering the island via Dublin.Tracking developments in British-Irish trade continues to be difficult due to re-routing of trade flows caused by the Northern Ireland Protocol and statistical distortions. A careful sifting of the evidence nevertheless suggests that the growth in cross-border trade in Ireland suggested by Irish...www.briefingsforbritain.co.uk
These apparently cast iron flexible deadlines till the next "crisis".see wee Jeffery is turning out to be the weakest DuP leader yet.
He failed to lead from the front by becoming a MLA, instead deciding the the pay is better as a MP.
now he back tracking like mad so he doesn't take down Stormont as the NIP is still in force
heard one Tory call him the Boy who cried wolf as in
if you don't remove the NIP I'll collapse Stormont
if you pass the Irish language act I'll collapse Stormont
no one taking him serious now