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BORIS JOHNSON has warned the EU he will not hesitate in triggering a dispute clause in the Brexit deal if the disruption in Northern Ireland continues. BORIS JOHNSON has warned the EU he will not hesitate in triggering a dispute clause in the Brexit deal if the disruption in Northern Ireland continues.

Brexit latest: Boris erupts at Brussels on trade – PM 'won't hesitate' to trigger clause | Politics | News | Express.co.uk

Retailers have been grappling with problems importing some products from Great BritainRetailers have been grappling with problems importing some products from Great Britain

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Retailers and suppliers battling through ‘impenetrable’ red tape that has resulted in empty shelves in Northern IrelandRetailers and suppliers battling through ‘impenetrable’ red tape that has resulted in empty shelves in Northern Ireland

Brexit trade agreement ‘unworkable’ for UK supermarkets, MPs told | The Independent

Step by step, the Province is moving further away from the rest of the UK Step by step, the Province is moving further away from the rest of the UK

The Tories have betrayed Northern Ireland with their Brexit deal

Whoever favours keeping Northern Ireland in Union with Great Britain, or prefers a united Ireland, needs to prepare for a referendum in the North on that exact choice, followed by a matching referendum in the South - if there is an affirmative vote for unity in the North.Whoever favours keeping Northern Ireland in Union with Great Britain, or prefers a united Ireland, needs to prepare for a referendum in the North on that exact choice, followed by a matching referendum in the South - if there is an affirmative vote for unity in the North.

Brendan O'Leary: Referendum on unity is coming down the tracks faster than most expected - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Food shortages in Northern Ireland and Scottish fisheries on the brink have been overlooked due to the ongoing pandemicFood shortages in Northern Ireland and Scottish fisheries on the brink have been overlooked due to the ongoing pandemic

How the Covid crisis is sparing the Government's blushes over its Brexit border chaos

It was difficult to find a single Northern Irish unionist who supported Theresa May’s ‘backstop’, when it was first mooted.It was difficult to find a single Northern Irish unionist who supported Theresa May’s ‘backstop’, when it was first mooted.

Owen Polley: Unionists should not try to deny the scale of the new Irish Sea border | Belfast News Letter

"It gives us no pleasure to say – we told you so" "It gives us no pleasure to say – we told you so"

Brexiteer DUP MP Sammy Wilson slams host of business groups over Irish Sea border disruption - Belfast Live

The Prime Minister said ‘teething problems’ had led to images of empty supermarket shelves in Northern Ireland.The Prime Minister said ‘teething problems’ had led to images of empty supermarket shelves in Northern Ireland.

PM: ‘No hesitation’ in triggering post-Brexit trade safeguarding measure if needed | Penarth Times

For some young Unionists in Northern Ireland, the practical benefits of an Irish passport outweigh conflicts over British identity. For some young Unionists in Northern Ireland, the practical benefits of an Irish passport outweigh conflicts over British identity.

Post-Brexit, Usefulness Beats Identity When It Comes To the Irish Passport

New ferry service ‘bumping’ lorries for vital imports of medicines and medical suppliesNew ferry service ‘bumping’ lorries for vital imports of medicines and medical supplies

Post-Brexit demand for direct ferries causes capacity problems

Animal feed shipments to Northern Ireland are being delayed because of uncertainty over post-Brexit certification rules, say farm suppliers. TheAnimal feed shipments to Northern Ireland are being delayed because of uncertainty over post-Brexit certification rules, say farm suppliers. The

Brexit uncertainty halts animal feed supplies - Farmers Weekly

Brexiteer MP John Redwood has been ridiculed after calling for the free movement of goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.  

UK firms warn of Kent border disruption to come, tariffs on steel and the damaging cost of 'sheer bureaucracy' even to send goods to Northern Ireland.UK firms warn of Kent border disruption to come, tariffs on steel and the damaging cost of 'sheer bureaucracy' even to send goods to Northern Ireland.

Brexit deal: Firms warn of 'sheer bureaucracy,' tariffs and border chaos

Northern Ireland Executive to meet today to discuss ongoing crisisNorthern Ireland Executive to meet today to discuss ongoing crisis

Healthcare workers 'frightened' about what lies ahead as Covid-19 hospital admissions set to rise - Derry Now

A string of chains which operate in Northern Ireland warn they don't have enough time to implement "unworkable" new rules.A string of chains which operate in Northern Ireland warn they don't have enough time to implement "unworkable" new rules.

Brexit: Supermarkets warn of 'cliff-edge' for Northern Ireland supplies | Business News | Sky News

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday there were teething problems in trade between Britain and its province of Northern Ireland but that goods were flowing effectively and in normal volumes.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday there were teething problems in trade between Britain and its province of Northern Ireland but that goods were flowing effectively and in normal volumes.

Only "teething problems" in Britain-Northern Ireland trade, says PM Johnson | Reuters

Armagh I reports on the county's breaking news, sport including Football, GAA & Rugby. Also Videos, Farming, Entertainment and Events.The Department of Health has today published the phased plan for NI’s Covid-19 vaccination programme. The Northern Ireland model for vaccine deployment has been designed…

Timetable given for delivery of Covid-19 vaccines across Northern Ireland – Armagh I

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Fresh fruit, vegetables and chilled meat are among the affected products as many food suppliers face delays on getting goods into Northern Ireland because of new post-Brexit trade arrangements.Fresh fruit, vegetables and chilled meat are among the affected products as many food suppliers face delays on getting goods into Northern Ireland because of new post-Brexit trade arrangements.

Shoppers face empty shelves in Northern Ireland supermarkets | Daily Mail Online

Supermarkets have called for urgent intervention to prevent "significant disruption" to U.K. food supplies due to post-Brexit border arrangements.

Food Supplies at Risk as Brexit Border Issues Hit Northern Ireland

Shoppers in Northern Ireland are facing empty shelves at supermarkets as new customs paperwork has left major retailers facing shortages across hundreds of products due to the post-Brexit trade agreement.Shoppers in Northern Ireland are facing empty shelves at supermarkets as new customs paperwork has left major retailers facing shortages across hundreds of products due to the post-Brexit trade agreement.

Brexit bites: Northern Ireland shoppers face empty shelves as red tape clogs supermarkets’ supply chains — RT UK News

Six top supermarket chains demand action as customs checks bite.Six top supermarket chains demand action as customs checks bite.

Supermarket pleas mount as Brexit leaves Northern Ireland shelves bare – POLITICO

One company is seeking more than €150 to cover paperwork needed to ship from Britain to the RepublicOne company is seeking more than €150 to cover paperwork needed to ship from Britain to the Republic

British companies charging some Irish customers more post-Brexit

The British government has already set up a dedicated team to work with supermarkets trading with Northern Ireland, a spokeswoman said after supermarkets called for help with new post-Brexit procedures.The British government has already set up a dedicated team to work with supermarkets trading with Northern Ireland, a spokeswoman said after supermarkets called for help with new post-Brexit procedures.

Dedicated team established to work with NI supermarkets

Depleted shelves have been seen in several supermarkets in the early days of the new year as trade from Great Britain has been affected while firms ...Depleted shelves have been seen in several supermarkets in the early days of the new year as trade from Great Britain has been affected while firms ...

Supermarkets call for urgent intervention over Northern Ireland food supplies

Relaxed policies over Christmas coincided with spread of the U.K. variant.Relaxed policies over Christmas coincided with spread of the U.K. variant.

Ireland's covid curve skyrockets to highest coronavirus rate in the world - The Washington Post

Britons moving to Northern Ireland face extra hurdles as a result of the post-Brexit arrangements put in place by the Conservative government in Westminster.

Brexit red tape hits Brits moving to Northern Ireland - Mortgage Solutions

Statement by the Secretary of State, Minister for Foreign Affairs and leaders of the Democratic Unionist Party, Sinn Féin, Social Democratic and Labour Party and the Alliance Party, following the NDNA Implementation Review Meeting.Statement by the Secretary of State, Minister for Foreign Affairs and leaders of the Democratic Unionist Party, Sinn Féin, Social Democratic and Labour Party and the Alliance Party, following the NDNA Implementation Review Meeting.

WITH her bright red hair, Louise Haigh cuts a striking figure among the mainly grey-suited men on the floor of the House of Commons.WITH her bright red hair, Louise Haigh cuts a striking figure among the mainly grey-suited men on the floor of the House of Commons.

Shadow Secretary of State Louise Haigh: My hero Mo Mowlam would have got the job finished - The Irish News

We are looking at a border poll within the next ten years, and reunification could happen within 20 years. I believe events will move a lot faster than any of us could ever envisage. Just look at Brexit, who could have predicted that five years ago?  Brian O’Neill may be right or he may be wrong. But we need something more than speculation.  A new debate has been ignited in the Irish Times.  Prof Pete Shirlow  goes for developing the …

A more refreshing debate on Ireland’s future has just been ignited – Slugger O'Toole

Chief executives of Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Iceland, Co-Op and Marks & Spencer have written to Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove.Chief executives of Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Iceland, Co-Op and Marks & Spencer have written to Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove.

Supermarkets call for urgent intervention over Northern Ireland's food supplies

The U.K.'s biggest supermarket chains warned Wednesday that food supplies in Northern Ireland face disruption because of new checks imposed by Britain's departure from the European Union.The U.K.'s biggest supermarket chains warned Wednesday that food supplies in Northern Ireland face disruption because of new checks imposed by Britain's departure from the European Union.

Northern Ireland stores see empty shelves as Brexit trade rules bite | CP24.com

Health chiefs have warned that record high inpatient numbers could double by the third week in JanuaryHealth chiefs have warned that record high inpatient numbers could double by the third week in January

Foster defends relaxations as NI hospitals struggle with surging admissions | East Lothian Courier

Chief executives of Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Iceland, Co-Op and Marks & Spencer have written to Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove.Chief executives of Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Iceland, Co-Op and Marks & Spencer have written to Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove.

Supermarkets call for urgent intervention over NI food supplies | Northwich Guardian

Supermarkets have asked the government for urgent intervention, as the DUP's Westminster leader claims stores will face a "cliff-edge" in March.Supermarkets have asked the government for urgent intervention, as the DUP's Westminster leader claims stores will face a "cliff-edge" in March.

'Urgent intervention' needed to prevent more disruption to Northern Ireland's food supplies | UTV | ITV News