Northern Ireland: UK should be 'prepared for worst' says Sefcovic

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Ireland’s Prime Minister Micheál Martin said there was “full agreement” that the EU would not accept “unilateral action that breaks an international agreement”. Following a conversation with the EU’s Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, the Taoiseach tweeted: “Good to speak to @vonderleyen today – full agreement that EU cannot accept unilateral action that breaks an international agreement. “Solutions on the Protocol can only come from engagement. The EU stands ready.” His comments come after the EU launched fresh legal action against the UK over plans to scrap the hated Brexit deal. European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic said the UK’s move had “no legal or political justification”.


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