Boris Johnson today agreed a new Brexit deal with the European Union in a move which keeps alive his hopes of taking Britain out of the bloc by October 31. News of the agreement took many people in Westminster by surprise after the DUP said it could not support the Prime Minister’s proposed way forward. Mr Johnson will now ask MPs to vote for the deal at a special ‘Super Saturday’ sitting of the House of Commons. Here is the deal in full that MPs will be asked to vote on: PROTOCOL ON IRELAND/NORTHERN IRELAND The Union and the United Kingdom, HAVING REGARD to the historic ties and enduring nature of the bilateral relationship between Ireland and the United Kingdom, RECALLING that the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the Union presents a significant and unique challenge to the island of Ireland, and reaffirming that the achievements, benefits and commitments of the peace process will remain of paramount importance to peace, stability and reconciliation there, RECOGNISING that it is necessary to address the unique circumstances on the island of Ireland through a unique solution in order to ensure the orderly withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union, AFFIRMING that the Good… Read full this story
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