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Northern Ireland Protocol: 'Substantive gaps' remain

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Northern Ireland Protocol: 'Substantive gaps' remain

Northern Ireland Protocol: 'Substantive gaps' remain

Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis said the government "will use Article 16 to move things forward" if they need to, at a Foreign Office press conference on Thursday.

He said the UK and EU will continue to work towards a solution on the Northern Ireland Protocol but that "there are substantive gaps" between the two parties.

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