Johnson says he could suspend agreement with EU on goods shipped to Northern Ireland

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The prime minister has said he would have no hesitation suspending the agreement reached with the EU over checks on food and goods shipped to Northern Ireland if delays to freight get worse.   ▶ Full story on
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