A change to the Irish border protocol would not be a “limited” tweak to international law.
How unusual is the government’s plan to break international law in a “specific and limited way” with the Internal Market Bill, and is the government really planning to do it? Those are the questions being raised in today’s papers, and by MPs, after Brandon Lewis admitted to the House yesterday that the Internal Market Bill’s tweaks to the operation of the Irish border protocol does break international law, but it’s nothing to worry about.
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Source:: New Statesman