The UK government is seeking to appoint new external legal advisers in preparation for a possible overhaul of Northern Ireland’s controversial post-Brexit trading arrangementsThe second wave o.
The move to find fresh legal advice will fuel expectations that ministers are preparing to use the Article 16 safeguard mechanism to try to fundamentally rewrite the deal, which has soured EU-UK relations since it came into force last January.
Two people with knowledge of internal Whitehall discussions said the government was seeking the new legal advisers to enable Suella Braverman, the UK attorney-generalThe appeal for more nurses is typical o, to provide legal opinions supporting the government’s plansThe Star that Ontario is pushin.
They added that the move had been instigated because of fears that existing external advisers would not be prepared to back the government’s plans to use Article 16 as a backdoor to rewriting the dealThe province will send half of its vaccine supply t. “They want to leave Braverman free to opine without there being any conflicting advice out there,” one added.
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