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The Government will be forced to act, Boris has said.

UK will have 'necessity to act' over NI Brexit deal if EU doesn't compromise, warns Boris

DUP Leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson with party colleagues, speaking at the podium in the Great Hall of Parliament Buildings at Stormont before entering the Assembly Chamber to sign the Roll of Membership.

DUP 'sends message to EU' as it blocks formation of NI Assembly over Brexit deal

Little progress was made in talks over the Northern Ireland protocol

No compromise on Northern Ireland protocol as Truss vows to rip up Brexit pact

Lord Ricketts speaks to Andrew Marr

UK faces 'trade war with EU' if Govt rip up Northern Ireland protocol, Lord Ricketts warns

rees-mogg

Brexit border checks delayed again as Rees-Mogg admits they would cost £1bn

Passport rules post Brexit are causing travel chaos

What are the EU passport requirements and rules for travel?

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UK ministers want the power to unilaterally ditch key parts of the deal signed with Brussels in 2019

Plans to 'tear up' NI Protocol to be included in Queen’s Speech

Portugal has become the first EU country to introduce the fast-tracking

Portugal becomes first EU country to defy Brexit border rules as Brits fast-tracked

Lord Frost said more work needs to be done to make the most out of Brexit

Lord Frost slams EU for Brexit problems and admits NI protocol 'isn't working'

James O'Brien confronted Sir Keir on Brexit

'We can't reverse Brexit': Keir Starmer plans to skewer govt over issues plaguing deal

The Government has been accused of wasting taxpayers' money on a "festival of Brexit"

Govt accused of wasting £120m of taxpayers' money on 'Festival of Brexit'

Northern Ireland Protocol 'very different to what we envisaged', NI Sec. declares

Northern Ireland Protocol 'very different to what we envisaged', NI Sec. declares

Brexit has caused more problems for business, a report has found

Brexit 'caused business more problems despite promises of being freed from EU burden'

Agriculture minister Edwin Poots, whose officials are responsible for carrying out Northern Ireland Protocol checks, said he had received legal advice which stated that he could order a halt to Northern Ireland Protocol checks.

NI minister accused of breaching international law after order to halt Brexit food checks

James O'Brien outlines how govt repeatedly use Brexit to get out of trouble

James O'Brien outlines how govt repeatedly use Brexit to get out of trouble

Nick Ferrari challenged Simon Clarke over the benefits of Brexit this morning

Brexit let us 'get rid of red tape,' Minister insists despite five-hour Dover lorry queues

Boris Johnson has said the new Bill will allow the UK to 'restore its status as a sovereign country'

Govt announces 'Brexit Freedoms' Bill to remove 'outdated' EU law

Lorries are backed up for two miles on the A20

Lorries face two-mile tailbacks as 'Brexit checks to blame' for Dover delays