Brexit: EU 'needs to be reasonable' warns Truss
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Speaking to Sky News, Trade Secretary Liz Truss warned Brussels to be pragmatic following a new trade deal the UK has struck with Australia. Her comments come amid ongoing grappling over the Northern Ireland protocol part of the Brexit trade deal which many are concerned will interfere with the new Australia deal.
Ms Truss warned Brussels will need to be “more pragmatic” amid ongoing skirmishes over the Northern Ireland protocol part of the Brexit trade deal.
She said: “This trade deal is totally compatible with the Northern Ireland Protocol.
“But what the issue in Northern Ireland is we need the EU to be pragmatic about how checks are undertaken.
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