Brussels could ‘carve up’ UK if Tories reject Brexit bill, says Johnson

PM claims internal market bill is needed to counter EU ‘threats’ to put a blockade in Irish Sea

Boris Johnson has said his controversial legislation to override parts of his Brexit deal is needed to end EU threats to install a “blockade” in the Irish Sea.

The prime minister said Brussels could “carve up our country” and “seriously endanger peace and stability” in Northern Ireland if Conservative MPs rebel to block the internal market bill.

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