Irish PM alludes to Ukraine crisis as he warns against ripping up NI protocol | The Guardian

Micheál Martin’s remarks come as No 10 is expected to table draft legislation overriding key parts of Brexit deal

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Boris Johnson has been warned by his Irish counterpart that ditching the post-Brexit deal on Northern Ireland would be a “historic low point”, citing the outbreak of war in Ukraine as a reason why international law must be respected.

With Downing Street expected to table controversial draft legislation overriding key parts of the withdrawal agreement next week, the taoiseach, Micheál Martin, said such a move would be “deeply damaging”.

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