The decision came ahead of a crunch showdown between Brexit minister Lord Frost and EU counterpart Maros Sefcovic in the Belgian capital tomorrow. They are due to meet to discuss the ongoing tensions in the region following weeks of violent scenes in
Figures released today by the Office of National Statistics indicated that exports to the EU rose by £3.7billion, 46.6 percent, in January. Trade with the bloc had plummeted by £5.7billion at the start of the year. Remainers were quick to blame Brexit
Luxembourg MEP Christophe Hansen said Boris Johnson’s plan to ignore EU red tape relating to the region could have severe consequences for the future relationship pact. The EU Parliament is still yet to vote to fully ratify the Trade and Cooperation Agreement.