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'To do that we need a legal safety net to protect our country against extreme or irrational interpretations of the protocol, which could lead to a border down the Irish Sea in a way that I believe – and I think members around the House believe – would be prejudicial to the interests of the Good Friday Agreement and prejudicial to the interests of peace in our country. That has to be our priority.' … [Read more...] about Lord Howard becomes the THIRD former Tory leader to savage Boris Johnson’s plans to override the Brexit divorce deal as he says the UK will no longer be able to criticise Russia or China for breaking rules if it shows such ‘scant regard’ for treaties
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