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EU 'not seeking political victory' in Northern Ireland Brexit dispute
Brussels says a prosperous relationship with the UK and opportunities for Northern Ireland are its goals.
EU refuses to rule out suspending Brexit trade deal
Maroš Šefčovič told Euronews the latest bill from London is "illegal", "not a serious offer" and threatens the EU's single market.
EU relaunches legal action against UK over unilateral Brexit changes
The UK unveiled legislation that unilaterally alters the Brexit agreement earlier in the week.
'Outrageous': How the EU views Johnson's plan to alter Brexit treaty
There is considerable anger and frustration in the EU over the UK’s plan to unilaterally alter the Brexit agreement it made with Brussels after several years of talks and agreement, sources have told Euronews.
EU threatens legal action over UK move to change Northern Ireland deal
Britain's government unveiled a draft law to unilaterally alter the Northern Ireland Protocol on Monday.
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.
Thousands of Unionists mark Northern Ireland's centenary in Belfast
The celebrations marking a hundred years since a 1921 agreement ended the Irish War of Independence and partitioned the island were held one year later due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A move 300 years in the making: UK takes steps to recognise the Irish language
Belfast is split over moves for the UK to recognise the Irish language.
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.
UK 'miscalculating' over unilateral action to override Brexit treaty
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney told Euronews the UK is wrong if it thinks overriding the Northern Ireland Protocol would not provoke a trade war with the EU.
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.
Johnson battles on two fronts as N Ireland deal returns to haunt him
The UK prime minister heads to Belfast on Monday at loggerheads with unionists and the EU over the protocol he negotiated in order to secure Brexit.
Unionists block new Northern Ireland government over Brexit trade rule
The Democratic Unionist Party's move deepens Northern Ireland's political deadlock, which is fueling a UK-EU feud.
'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.
Scholz warns UK against 'unilateral' change to N Ireland Brexit accord
London says the deal is "not tenable" in its current form and Northern Irish unionists are refusing to take part in a power-sharing administration unless it is scrapped.
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.