DUBLIN (Reuters) – British Brexit minister David Frost stated on Wednesday that his authorities’s choice is to strike a deal to enhance post-Brexit commerce preparations for Northern Eire and that settlement might be reached by Christmas.
Britain and the EU agreed final week to accentuate efforts to unravel points across the Northern Eire protocol. Brussels cautiously welcomed a change in tone from London, although British Brexit minister David Frost stated “important gaps” remained.
“I believe it may be executed, whether or not will probably be executed is one other query,” Frost advised BBC Northern Eire when requested if a deal could possibly be reached by Christmas, including that triggering emergency safeguard measures stays “a really actual choice”.
(Reporting by Padraic Halpin; Modifying by Toby Chopra)