What the German coalition agreement says about Brexit: We are committed to a common European policy towards the United Kingdom and are striving for close bilateral cooperation within this framework. 1/3
We insist on full compliance with the agreements that have been adopted, in particular with regard to the Northern Ireland Protocol and the Good Friday Agreement. 2/3
In the event of non-compliance with the agreed standards and procedures, we support the consistent application of all agreed measures and countermeasures. 3/3

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24 Nov
German coalition agreement includes commitment to ensuring that the Northern Ireland protocol is implemented and the Belfast Agreement is protected
Backs retaliatory action if Britain does not fulfil its commitments under the agreement
Wir bekennen uns zu einer gemeinsamen europäischen Politik gegenüber dem Vereinigten Königreich und streben in diesem Rahmen eine enge bilaterale Zusammenarbeit an.
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After his meeting with Boris Johnson, Leo Varadkar said it should not be seen in terms of concessions or of winners and losers. He is probably right.
For the Irish side to suggest to Michel Barnier that the talks produced the basis for renewed negotiations between the UK and the EU, there must have been progress on the toughest issue - customs.
Johnson cannot move from his position that Northern Ireland must leave the EU customs union with the rest of the UK. But that has never been a red line for the EU and Varadkar hinted that Ireland was not wedded to it either.
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