British government thwarting north’s potential to exploit Republic’s post-Brexit trading difficulties | The Irish News

“Mr Farry said the official statistics illustrated that the “nonsense of Brexit brings wide-ranging consequences”, including for large aspects of the supply chain into the Republic. But the North Down MP said difficulties for firms in the south presented an opportunity for the north to ‘develop further as a distribution hub for both this region […]

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Trade across Irish border booms after Brexit | The Guardian

“Northern Ireland’s trade with Ireland has not been impeded by Brexit, unlike the rest of the UK, where exporters face a mountain of paperwork and compliance issues to sell into the EU.” https://www.theguardian.com/business/2022/jul/18/trade-across-irish-border-booms-after-brexit-amid-energy-growth Trade across Irish border booms after Brexit amid energy growth Trade in the other direction, from Ireland to Northern Ireland, rocketed by […]

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Support for NI Protocol is growing, latest Queen’s University poll reveals | Belfast Telegraph

“Survey shows even bigger majority now backs trade deal despite DUP anger.” https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/support-for-ni-protocol-is-growing-latest-queens-university-poll-reveals-40991883.html Northern Ireland Protocol support is growing, latest Queen’s University poll reveals – BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A majority of people here view the Northern Ireland Protocol as a positive for the region, a new poll has found. T he survey conducted for Queen’s University Belfast […]

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Truss’s part in EU talks shows her desperation for a deal | Yorkshire Bylines

“Truss’s part in EU talks began with the threat to trigger Article 16, but her ‘hard-Brexit’ rhetoric is unlikely to work,.” https://yorkshirebylines.co.uk/news/brexit/trusss-part-in-eu-talks-shows-her-desperation-for-a-deal-to-be-done/ Truss’s part in EU talks shows her desperation for a deal to be done When Lord Frost resigned his position as Brexit minister in December 2021, many hoped for a change of tone […]

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