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EU refuses to rule out suspending Brexit trade deal
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Five UK arguments for changing the Northern Ireland Protocol
The UK government intends to introduce a law to override the Northern Ireland Protocol, part of the Brexit divorce deal painstakingly struck with the EU.
Rapists could go unpunished under N. Ireland bill, victims groups warn
Amnesty International says it creates a two-tier justice system and allows grave human rights violations committed during the Northern Ireland conflict to occur with impunity.
Explained: What is the Northern Ireland Protocol?
The EU and the UK continue to be at loggerheads over the special trade arrangement.
EU hits back after UK moves to change post-Brexit trade rules
London insists the planned legislation would not break international law.
'Question marks over Northern Ireland's place in EU's single market'
It comes amid a long-running dispute between London and Brussels over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
How will Sinn Fein's win in Northern Ireland impact Brexit?
The historic vote in Northern Ireland was succeeded by well-rehearsed accusations of inflexibility from both Brussels and London.
'Gay cake' legal challenge thrown out after seven-year battle
The case centres on a bakery in Northern Ireland that refused to make a cake with 'Support Gay Marriage' written on it.
Brussels moves to help supply of medicines to Northern Ireland
The UK cautiously welcomed the proposals as "constructive" but said it needed to look at the text more closely.
The view from Northern Ireland on the UK-EU post-Brexit trade dispute
Britain is threatening to suspend the Northern Ireland protocol, which is the part of the Brexit deal that keeps Northern Ireland in the EU's single market for goods.
Frost in Brussels as Northern Ireland trade dispute with EU rumbles on
Britain is threatening to suspend parts of the legally binding Brexit divorce agreement.
Will EU end Brexit trade deal if UK ditches Northern Ireland treaty?
Brussels has been planning its response should Boris Johnson's government act on its threats to suspend the international treaty on post-Brexit trading arrangements.
What is Article 16 of the Northern Ireland Protocol?
With little progress being made on finding a solution to the Northern Ireland Protocol, will London turn to Article 16?
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Europe's week: Brexit again, new Austrian chancellor, energy crisis
European Commission Vice President Maroš Šefčovič on Wednesday announced that Brussels would be making concessions in its approach to the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Is there a way out of the Northern Ireland Protocol stalemate?
EU-UK talks to solve their post-Brexit trade spat over Northern Ireland have reached an impasse. With both sides digging their heels in, what are the options going forward?
Deadlock as London rejects EU's proposals on Northern Ireland trade
Talks between London and Brussels entered another impasse on Monday after the UK refused the EU's proposals to solve post-Brexit trade disputes over Northern Ireland.
EU, UK agree temporary truce over 'sausage war'
Brussels agreed on Wednesday to extend a grace period for the transit of chilled meat between Great Britain and Northern Ireland for three months.
N Ireland: Who's right in the EU-UK dispute over the Brexit protocol?
The Brexit treaty Boris Johnson signed with Brussels keeps Northern Ireland aligned to EU rules to keep an open Irish land border, but has brought trade friction with the rest of the UK.
Arlene Foster formally resigns as Northern Ireland's first minister
Arlene Foster formally resigned as first minister on Monday. Paul Givan is set to replace her if Northern Ireland's parties can agree.
Northern Ireland Protocol: EU's patience with UK 'wearing very thin'
David Frost, Britain's Brexit Minister, called on the EU to show "common sense" while the EU says the UK's threat to unilaterally extend a waiver on border checks will be met with repercussions.
With unionism in turmoil, is now the time for a united Ireland?
A century on from the partition of Ireland, communities in Northern Ireland are as divided as ever. Is reunification the answer?
Arlene Foster resigns as Northern Ireland's first minister
The 51-year-old became DUP leader in 2015 and first served as first minister in 2016. But in recent weeks, she has been facing strong criticism from inside the party with most of her lawmakers reportedly signing a letter calling for her removal.
What's behind the outbreak of violence in parts of Northern Ireland?
Successive nights of violence in various majority unionist areas of Northern Ireland has left dozens of police officers injured - but what has started the unrest?
Belfast riots a 'direct consequence of Brexit', says former Irish PM
In an interview with Euronews, John Bruton calls Boris Johnson "irresponsible" but also blames the violence on the actions of Sinn Féin and recent calls for Irish unification.
The US calls for calm after more violence in Northern Ireland
The state department spokesman said the Biden administration was "deeply concerned" by the ongoing violence.
Northern Ireland officials condemn violence after Belfast riots
15 police officers were injured during rioting in a loyalist area of Belfast amid rising tensions over post-Brexit arrangements in Northern Ireland.
EU begins legal action against UK over Brexit deal 'breaches'
EU begins legal action against UK over 'breaches' related to the Northern Ireland protocol