UK/EU: Commission’s vaccine fiasco has repercussions for Irish protocol talks

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As talks continue about the implementation of the Brexit deal's Northern Ireland protocol, partial extensions to the current grace period are the most likely outcome beyond 1 April. The grace period currently still limits the degree to which the UK has to implement new border controls in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Such controls will at some point be required, now that Great Britain has left the single market and the customs union, the rules of which, however, continue to apply in Northern Ireland, preventing a visible land border with the Republic of Ireland. Th
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