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The milk frontier: Brexit plunges UK dairy exports by 90%
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The milk frontier: Brexit plunges UK dairy exports by 90%

The British food sector loses more than 2,300 million in three months due to BrexitDarren Clark makes a home delivery amid a boom in for his company 'Mr Milk', caused by the pandemicHannah McKayReutersThe British food sector has suffered losses of more than 2 billion pounds (about 2.33 billion euros) in the first three months of 2021 due to the obstacles raised by Brexit, according to an analysis of data froml Departamento de Ingr Become Premium from € 1 the first month Take advantage of this limited-time offer and access all web content I want it Are you already Premium? Log in (function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(d.getElementById(id))return;js=d.createEl...
Boris Johnson warns the EU that it will protect the "territorial integrity" from United Kingdom
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Boris Johnson warns the EU that it will protect the "territorial integrity" from United Kingdom

The comments attributed to Macron insinuating that Northern Ireland is not a "complete part" of the United Kingdom have provoked the withering reaction of the Foreign Minister who condemns them as "offensive"Johnson and Macron, during a bilateral meeting at the G7 summit.AFPBoris Johnson tried to defuse the growing tension with the EU on account of the Irish Protocol that has tarnished the G7 summit in Cornwall from start to finish, but issued a warning to its former European partners: "We will fix the problem in a pragmatic way, although We will do so in a way that protects the peace process and the territorial integrity of the UK. "To the question about the diplomatic scuffle with the French president, Emmanuel Macron, who allegedly went so far as to imply that Northern Ireland is not "a...
Tension in the G-7: Johnson threatens the EU with suspending the Northern Ireland protocol
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Tension in the G-7: Johnson threatens the EU with suspending the Northern Ireland protocol

The tension between the United Kingdom and the European Union over Northern Ireland ended this Saturday by taking over the G7 summit that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wanted to use precisely as first milestone of the post-Brexit era.The intense diplomatic activity among the European members of the G7 was not enough to reach an agreement that avoids drifting towards a commercial crisis or, as it is already known, a "sausage war."As happened during the negotiations to achieve the EU Exit Agreement, Johnson seems ready to take the pulse Until the last consequences.After meeting this Saturday with the leaders of France, Germany and the EU, threatened to adopt unilateral measures to guarante...
Health crisis and Brexit on the G7 menu
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Health crisis and Brexit on the G7 menu

At the top until Sunday in the southwest of England, the heads of state and government of Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada, Japan and the United States got into the heart of the matter on Saturday, June 12, discussing the means for the G7 to polish its weapons in the face of the health crisis.After promises to donate vaccines to poor countries, leaders want to find ways to prevent such a global catastrophe from happening again.In "Carbis Bay Declaration" considered "historic" by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, they pledge to put means to reduce the time of development of vaccines, treatments and diagnoses, with the hope that the world will be ready in less than 100 days for dealing with sudden illness.The patent issue still unresolvedHowever, the te...
Brexit: Boris Johnson "will not hesitate" to suspend deal because of Northern Ireland
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Brexit: Boris Johnson "will not hesitate" to suspend deal because of Northern Ireland

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Saturday that he "will not hesitate" to suspend the Brexit agreement if the European Union (EU) does not show flexibility and accepts to apply it "sensibly". If the protocol continues to be applied in this way, we will not hesitate to invoke Article 16, as I said before”, Johnson said in an interview with Sky News station, arguing that European countries "they need to get it into their heads" that the UK is indivisible. Article 16 of the Northern Ireland Protocol to the United Kingdom Exit Agreement allows its suspension if its application “gives serious economic, societal or environmental difficulties”. The EU and the UK are in open conflict because the latter took unilateral steps to m...
Brexit: Macron admits to improving relations with UK if agreement is fulfilled
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Brexit: Macron admits to improving relations with UK if agreement is fulfilled

French President Emmanuel Macron promised this Saturday a "resumption" of relations with the United Kingdom if the country complies with the 'Brexit' agreements and especially the protocol on Northern Ireland. Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson held a bilateral meeting this Saturday, on the sidelines of the G7 summit, in which they discussed the state of relations between the two countries and with the European Union (EU), deteriorated by unilateral decisions that the Kingdom United adopted in the imposition of customs controls in Northern Ireland. In the course of the talks, the French president said he was willing to "re-establish" relations with the British, Elisha sources said. However, Johnson reminded that this new begi...
Macron and von der Leyen pressure Johnson for the Irish Protocol on the first day of the G7
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Macron and von der Leyen pressure Johnson for the Irish Protocol on the first day of the G7

"If after six months you cannot respect what you have negotiated, it means that you are not going to respect anything. I believe in the weight of the treaties," said the French president. Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron reach the G7 summit.Stefan RousseauAPThe french president Emmanuel Macron and the president of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen they arrived on the stormy shores of Cornwall ready to remember the "premier" Boris Johnson that its relaunch as a global leader necessarily requires compliance with international treaties.One day after his first fruitful meeting with the American president Joe Biden - "our relationship is indestructible" - the "premier" had no choice but to turn to starboard and dispatch with his former partners of the European Union, who reached the su...
Brexit unleashes the sausage war
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Brexit unleashes the sausage war

Northern Ireland will run out of 'made in England' meat products in July due to the Brexit dealThe Brexit negotiating cabinets, meeting today in London.GETTY CARLOS FRESNEDA Correspondent London Updated Wednesday, June 9, 2021 - 18:52Brexi Unionist Paul Givan, New Chief Minister of Northern Ireland Divorce in the EU The EU "loses patience" again with London: "We have had a lot of flexibility" All the Brexit grievances in Northern Ireland have been concentrated in recent weeks on the so-called "sausage war". Without having to take out the barbecue, the negotiators tried to end the dispute this Wednesday in London. But there was no agreement not even on desserts: the EU insists that frozen meat cannot be imported from outside the bloc, and that since June 30 has affected shipments of ...
Dominic Cummings reopens the box of thunder
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Dominic Cummings reopens the box of thunder

Johnson's former adviser accuses him of having sought "group immunity" from CovidBoris Johnson junto a su ex asesor Dominic Cummings.AFPDominic Cummings has reopened the box of thunder against Boris Johnson. The former advisor to the premier launched a cascade of accusations over the weekend, in anticipation of his appearance in Westminster on May 26, when he plans to reveal the "shocking truth" about the failed strategy in the face of the pandemic that has claimed more than 128,000 deaths in the United Kingdom. United.In a series of explosive posts on Twitter, Cummings blames Johnson for initially seeking "group immunity." "In the week of March 9 (2020), Downing Street was warned that this strategy could lead to disaster and cause the death of hundreds of thousands of people," says John...
"Humiliation", "injustice" O "revenge for brexit": UK press reaction to its Eurovision zero
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"Humiliation", "injustice" O "revenge for brexit": UK press reaction to its Eurovision zero

If Spain's performance in the Eurovision 2021 contest was disappointing, it was even more so that of another of the 'big six' of the contest, one of the classic countries of the contest: UK. The song performed by James Newman, Embers, got zero points from the professional juries of each country, and received another resounding thread of televoting from fans from all over Europe. It was, of course, last.How could it be otherwise, in a country as Eurovisic as Great Britain, the very poor result of his delegation it has been greeted with amazement. The British press has not spared on qualifiers.Headers like the Mirror, The Sun or the Daily Mail they speak of "humiliation". This last newspaper ha...