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Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay has declined to present assurances to Labour that the federal government it not “rowing again” on commitments on Eire enshrined within the joint report signed by the EU and the UK in December 2017 that bookmarked the top of the primary part of Brexit talks.
He was challenged by the shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer throughout Brexit questions within the Commons this morning to disclaim stories that it was “rowing again” on the commitments. Barclay replied:
There isn’t any rowing again from the Belfast/Good Friday settlement. That’s an space of widespread accord between us.
From Sky’s Adam Parsons
BREAKING: Michel Barnier has postponed a go to to Belfast on Monday, saying it could be an “inappropriate” time to go to and that Westminster has reached “a second of fact”.
Notable that Boris Johnson is because of go to Dublin on the identical day@skynews