UK Perhaps Not looking for regulatory alignment to solve Irish border conundrum: minister
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain is maybe not trying complete regulatory compliance with the European Union as a remedy into the Post Brexit Northern Irish border, Brexit department minister Robin Walker said on Thursday.
“That which we are talking about is alignment in those are as essential for the performance of the border, and ensuring that there is no hard edge. That will not suggest entire regulatory alignment across most places,” Walker informed parliament.
(Reporting Elizabeth Piper, writing by William James) OLUSWORLD Reuters US Online Report Entire Earth News 20180614T090321+0000
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