Brexit Border Deal Could Threaten The UK Government

Brexit Border Deal Could Threaten The UK Government

Brexit Border Deal Could Threaten The UK Government

Officials from the Democratic Unionist Party are considering pulling their support of the ruling Conservative Party, depending on how Brexit affects the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland.

Ireland's premier on Friday called on London to provide a "credible" plan for the border separating his country from the United Kingdom once Britain leaves the European Union.

"We want the negotiations to move on to phase two so we can talk about our future trade relationship".

The British Government is reportedly close to reaching a solution on the Irish border after Brexit.

Both the Irish Government and the European Union have consistently warned that Brexit negotiations can not move on to the next phase until "sufficient progress" is made on the border issue.

The Exiting the EU Committee in the House of Commons said it appeared impossible to marry the decision to pull out of the single market and customs union with the intention to create a "frictionless" border.

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With significant progress on the financial settlement and citizen rights, a deal on the Irish border would pave the way for Brussels to offer British Prime Minister Theresa May a transition deal as early as January.

Right now, the U.K.'s government is being propped up by a small party from Northern Ireland.

"But there can be no arrangements agreed that compromise the integrity of the UK single market and place barriers, real or perceived, to the free movement of goods, services and capital between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom".

European Council President Donald Tusk, who last week set an "absolute deadline" of Monday for May to demonstrate sufficient progress on the three issues, is due to fly to Dublin on Friday for talks with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in a bid to break the deadlock.

In fact, both Northern Ireland and Scotland voted to remain in the European Union by margins of 55.8% and 62% respectively.

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