Salem Radio Network News Wednesday, July 6, 2022


UK confident its plan for Northern Ireland does not break international law

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain is confident it will not break international law with plans to introduce legislation to unilaterally deal with problems caused by the post-Brexit arrangements that cover trade with Northern Ireland.

“The government is confident that our actions are lawful under international law and in line with long standing convention we do not set out internal legal deliberations,” Europe minister James Cleverly told parliament.

(Reporting by William James; Editing by Kate Holton)


Editorial Cartoons

View More »

Michael Ramirez
Sun, Jul 3, 2022