Published: Sun, November 11, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

United Kingdom will not allow Brexit border to split off Northern Ireland

United Kingdom will not allow Brexit border to split off Northern Ireland

Earlier, Theresa May was accused of breaking promises over plans for the Irish border after a letter she sent to the DUP was leaked to a newspaper.

The DUP said it is "totally unacceptable that there could be a Withdrawal Agreement which provided that Northern Ireland at any time in the future could be subject to the rules of the Customs Union or parts of the Single Market whilst the rest of the United Kingdom was not".

However, in a post on Twitter, Ms Foster wrote: "The PM's letter raises alarm bells for those who value the integrity of our precious union and for those who want a proper Brexit for the whole UK".

Less than five months before Britain is due to leave the European Union on March 29, a deal is at least 95 percent done but officials say they are still haggling over the fate of the land border between British-ruled Northern Ireland and European Union member Ireland.

Without DUP support for a deal, May will have much less chance of getting her deal through parliament.

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Mr Wilson also said: "In that letter it makes it quite clear the government has accepted there will be a Northern Ireland-only backstop, that that backstop will require specific alignment for regulations, a solution which does that, and the scope of that will be carefully subscribed".

May reportedly told her ruling coalition partners she would never allow the disputed Brexit deal proposal offered by Brussels to "come into force".

She added that any backstop could not leave Northern Ireland aligned to specific sectoral European Union market regulations.

He said: "I hope and I believe that we can secure that majority in parliament".

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"I was in Dublin a few days ago".

"The fact that Brexit is happening makes that hard to replicate, but our objective as an Irish Government is to do that to the extent that we can, in order to allow people to travel freely as they have done for so long now, but also to allow trade to function as it does now".

When commenting on the prime minister's letter, he said that it showed that the United Kingdom was not delivering on its promises to Northern Ireland and that a range of concerns had emerged.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Mrs May's effective deputy prime minister David Lidington and Secretary of State Karen Bradley will attend a summit on the Isle of Man on Friday.

He said a UK-EU deal would involve "compromises, give and take on all sides" but when faced with "product on the table" in the form of an agreement backed by all 28 governments there could be a shift in attitude at Westminster.

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