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Labour: Government's wrecking ball approach to NI Protocol

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Labour: Government's wrecking ball approach to NI Protocol

Labour: Government's wrecking ball approach to NI Protocol

Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Kyle says the government is "acting like a wrecking ball" to its own Brexit trade deal, adding the only way forward is to resume negotiations with the European Union.

MPs are set to vote on controversial new legislation to give ministers powers to override parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol unilaterally.

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