UK will do ‘whatever necessary’ to reform Northern Ireland Brexit protocol, says minister

Raab warns stability in Northern Ireland is being ‘imperilled’ by dispute over protocol agreed by Johnson

The UK government will take “whatever measures are necessary” to reform Northern Ireland’s Brexit protocol, the justice secretary, Dominic Raab, has pledged, amid fears the newly elected Stormont assembly could be put on pause until Christmas.

In the wake of a resounding election victory for Sinn Féin, the DUP has said it cannot take up its position as deputy first minister until Brexit checks on goods entering Northern Ireland from Great Britain are removed.

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