In the midst of ongoing negotiations between the UK and the European Union regarding the Northern Ireland Protocol, UK PM Rishi Sunak has outlined three key demands that must be met for a Brexit deal to proceed.
The PM has stated that any agreement must meet the criteria of preserving sovereignty, ensuring Northern Ireland’s place within the union, and providing practical solutions to the problems faced by individuals and businesses.
During Prime Minister’s Questions, Sunak took aim at the leader of the Labour Party, Keir Starmer, claiming that he would “agree to anything” that the EU offered.
The Prime Minister has promised to defend Northern Ireland despite threats of resignations from ministers who oppose the reworking of the Protocol.
Sunak has dismissed these threats, and Downing Street has stated that he is fully focused on engaging in intensive talks with the EU.
Negotiations are ongoing as the two sides work to find a solution that will prevent a hard border with Ireland.
Source: PMQs: Sunak outlines THREE core tests for Brexit deal as he blasts Starmer’s ‘surrender’ to EU
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