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The NI Protocol must be changed to help protect the hard-won peace here

Liz Truss


The UK and EU can bridge the gaps to iron out the issues for a proper deal, writes Liz Truss

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Talks: European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic (right) meets First Minister Paul Givan last September at Stormont. Credit: Peter Morrison

Talks: European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic (right) meets First Minister Paul Givan last September at Stormont. Credit: Peter Morrison

Talks: European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic (right) meets First Minister Paul Givan last September at Stormont. Credit: Peter Morrison

Northern Ireland has so much to be proud of. Businesses here set the standard in the industries of the future such as fintech. Clean innovation is thriving, whether it is in building the world’s largest offshore tidal generator or the world’s first hydrogen-powered buses. Smash hit shows like Game of Thrones are filmed across Northern Ireland, demonstrating its unique cultural influence.

Such achievements rest upon the peace and prosperity sustained through the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement, which established power-sharing on the parity of esteem to all parts of the community.


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