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And former Tory MP , now a member of the Welsh Senedd, has said the prospect should focus minds in Brussels – pointing out that in such circumstances, it would cease to be the UK’s problem. Mr Reckless, the former Tory MP for Rochester and Strood, was speaking after Irish broadcaster RTE quoted unnamed diplomats as acknowledging the possibility of a radical new approach to checks in the face of ongoing difficulties carrying out checks at Northern Irish ports. One said: “Member states are very serious about the internal market and if there’s a loophole in Northern Ireland which is too big, then, of course, something might happen on the between Rosslare and Cherbourg.

“But that is pre-empting a discussion which is not really being had.”

Mr Reckless told Express.co.uk: “If the EU wants to enforce stringent customs checks for ideological reasons ‘to protect the integrity of the Single Market’ and Ireland will not enforce a Northern Ireland border, then logically EU checks will need to be done across the Celtic Sea between Ireland and France.

“It appears from the RTE reporting that EU officials are increasingly recognising this.”

Such an outcome would not be in the bloc’s interests – but neither would it be the UK’s responsibility, Mr Reckless, a member of the Abolish the Welsh Assembly party, pointed out.

He added: “Everyone agrees that we do not want to see the return of a Northern Ireland border. Shortly after the Brexit referendum, British and Irish authorities set to work on sensible plans to manage Brexit without border checks.

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Mark Reckless said checks on ferries would be the EU’ problem, not the UK’s (Image: GETTY)

“This was before the EU decided to use the Irish border to block a proper Brexit or try to punish the UK.

“Many of the post-Brexit differences across the Northern Ireland border can be managed with goodwill away from the border.

“Widespread physical checks or extensive form filling should not be needed, given the relatively small amount of trade affected compared to the size of the EU.”

Mr Reckless stressed: “The UK may be willing to co-operate with the EU to allow some checks across the Irish Sea and in Northern Ireland ports, if they are willing to do this pragmatically and with a light touch proportionate to the true risk of this affecting their overall trade.

“If that cannot be agreed, then the Northern Ireland protocol cannot work.”

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4:30am update: Commonwealth Brexit bonanza: UK eyes £3.2bn Caribbean trade links with 14 nations

Brexit Britain is set to boost trade with its Commonwealth allies in the Caribbean and build on lucrative agreements worth billions of pounds

Ministers at the Department of International Trade are looking to strengthen trade ties with the Caribbean Community (CARIFORUM) countries. 

CARIFORUM countries include Jamaica, Barbados, Belize and Trinidad and Tobago, with total UK trade worth £3.2 billion last year.

In the latest move for the UK, which is aiming to boost trade relations across the world after leaving the EU, the Conservative MP for Broxtowe, added: “I’m focused on developing greater trading opportunities between the UK and the Caribbean and see trade as a key pillar to delivering mutual prosperity.

“There are opportunities to grow this across a number of sectors.”

3:30am update: Penny Mourdant appointed as Commons minister for EU negotiations

Penny Mourdant, the Paymaster General, has been appointed as the Commons minister for EU negotiations, according to The House magazine.

The Brexiteer will remain on withdrawal agreement joint committee, where she leads on citizens rights issue and will become the Commons minister on the Europe brief, working with Brexit minister Lord Frost.

Britain's Paymaster General Penny Mordaunt arrives at the Cabinet Office in central London on March 9, 2020, ahead of an emergency COBRA meeting into UK's developing coronavirus COVID-19 situation

Brexit live: Penny Mordaunt has been appointed as the Commons minister for EU negotiations (Image: GETTY)

1:30am update: EU to ask US for coronavirus vaccine bailout 

The EU is set to ask US President Joe Biden to approve the export of millions of American-made coronavirus vaccines/

The European Commission plans to ask the US if it can receive exports of AstraZeneca and Oxford vaccine made in America after it suffered a shortfall of jab deliveries.

The European Commission told The Financial Times: “We trust that we can work together with the US to ensure that vaccines produced or bottled in the US for the fulfilment of vaccine producers’ contractual obligations with the EU will be fully honoured.”

But an official from the White House said: “The president’s first priority is to make vaccines available for every American. 

“The US and EU have committed to deepening co-operation on pandemic response, including by enhancing public health capabilities and information sharing. 

“We know that in order to beat this pandemic and to turn a corner on economic recovery, we must work with our allies and partners.”

12:45am update: EU regulator urges bloc to show caution with Russia vaccine

Christa Wirthumer-Hoche, managing board head of the European Medicines Agency (EMA), has urged the European Union to refrain from approving the Russian-made Sputnik V vaccine.

She said to Austrian broadcaster ORF: “We need documents that we can review. We also don’t at the moment have data…about vaccinated people. 

“It is unknown. That’s why I would urgently advise against giving a national emergency authorisation

“We can have Sputnik V on the market here in future when the appropriate data have been reviewed. The rolling review has begun now at EMA.”

Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic have all purchased doses of the vaccine, which was approved in Russia without clinical trials.

The efficacy of Sputnik V isbelieved to be 91.6 percent, as suggested by data published in the Lancet, with it being one of only three vaccines in the world with efficacy of over 90 percent.

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - MARCH 3, 2021: A medical worker fills a syringe with the Gam-COVID-Vac (Sputnik V) COVID-19 vaccine at a mobile vaccination site at t

Brexit live: The EU has been urged to be cautious in approving Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine (Image: PA)

11:30PM update: Arlene Foster demands alternative to Northern Ireland protocol in swipe at Boris Johnson

Arlene Foster has called for the “disastrous” Northern Ireland Protocol to be dismantled after branding it “absolutely devastating” for Northern Ireland.

She welcomed “small moves” by the UK Government in extending some of the grace periods on checks under the protocol.

But she added to LBC Radio’s Swarbrick On Sunday show: “I welcome the fact that Government did move, but there’s much more to do, and actually the architecture of the protocol itself needs to be dealt with.

“There are other alternatives; of course those alternatives were rejected by the European Union, whether it was alternative arrangements, whether it was their own smart borders or indeed mutual enforcement which, of course, could be put in place as well.

“In order to find a solution, you have to have people who are willing to look for a solution, and up until now when we have indicated that the entire unionist community in Northern Ireland want this protocol gone. 

“The answer you get from the European Union is ‘Yes, we should have more protocol’. It’s crazy, absolutely crazy.”

7.51pm update:

Portugal has splashed out hundreds of thousands of euros since its rotating six-month period in charge of the EU Council began in January despite being its Covid-imposed “ghost presidency”.

Spending watchdogs said the pandemic had rendered large-scale summits and in-person events off limits but officials in Lisbon have still been forking out on equipment, drinks and even clothing as if it was business as usual.

More than £223,000 has been spent on a state-of-the-art press centre in Lisbon even though briefings are being held online and foreign reporters are not travelling to the Portuguese capital.

A wine company presented Lisbon with a £31,000 drinks bill at a time when very few people are attending events and officials have signed a £34,000 contract to buy 360 shirts and 180 suits despite most presidency officials working from home.

6.43pm update: Richard Tice pays tribute to Nigel Farage

New Reform Party leader Richard Tice has paid tribute to his predecessor Nigel Farage who announced his retirement from frontline politics last night.

The former Brexit Party MEP said: “Nigel played the critical role in securing our exit from EU and I pay massive tribute and thanks to him.

“An honour to have helped a bit and also to now lead the Reform Party into the future.”

4.28pm update: Boris ‘full of optimism’ about cross-Channel relationship

Boris Johnson has insisted he is “full of optimism” about Britain’s future relationship with Brussels in the wake of Brexit.

Speaking during a visit to a vaccination centre in north London, the Prime Minister said: “I’m full of optimism about the future and the partnership we are building.”

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson said he was ‘full of optimism’ (Image: PA)

3.52pm update: Redwood welcomes Government action on movement of goods

Brexiteer John Redwood has praised the Government for taking a tough line with Brussels over the movement of goods to Northern Ireland.

The veteran Tory MP tweeted: “Glad to see the UK Government is out to ensure the free flow of goods within the UK single market as agreed with the EU.

“A UK supermarket needs to be able to send food from GB to Northern Ireland easily.”

3.13pm update: Bookies tip Nigel Farage for a knighthood

Nigel Farage is odds-on with Ladbrokes to receive a knighthood in the next five years.

The former UKIP, Brexit Party and Reform Party leader is now odds-on at 4/5 to be made a Sir within the next five years, and it’s a 3/1 chance he gets the nod in the Queen’s 2021 birthday honours.

Ladbrokes spokeswoman Jessica O’Reilly said: “Farage’s role in Brexit is undisputed and it looks like his efforts will have not only seen the UK leave the EU, but he will also become Sir Nigel as a thank you.”

2.35pm update: 

Guy Vefhofstadt has aimed one final barb at old sparring partner Nigel Farage, with the MEP taking to social media to crow after the former Brexit Party leader’s announcement that he was quitting politics for good.

Mr Farage confirmed his decision yesterday on Twitter, as well as in a message to supporters of his political outfit, now-rebranded rebranded as the Reform Party.

However, he was given short shrift by Mr Verhofstadt, a frequent critic of both Brexit and Mr Farage personally.

The former Belgian Prime Minister tweeted: “Brexit has few silver linings – but no one misses Nigel Farage’s delusional speeches that Brexit will lead to the collapse of the EU… quod non!”

1.07pm update: “Absolutely crazy”

Mrs Foster added: “There are other alternatives; of course those alternatives were rejected by the European Union, whether it was alternative arrangements, whether it was their own smart borders or indeed mutual enforcement which, of course, could be put in place as well.

“In order to find a solution, you have to have people who are willing to look for a solution, and up until now when we have indicated that the entire unionist community in Northern Ireland want this protocol gone. The answer you get from the European Union is ‘Yes, we should have more protocol’. It’s crazy, absolutely crazy.”

1.01pm update: “Not what Brexit is about,” says Foster 

Meanwhile Northern Ireland’s First Minister Arlene Foster has warned that once the grace periods on checks on goods under the Northern Ireland Protocol end, the number of agri-food certificates needed to come from Britain into Northern Ireland “will be close to the number currently processed by the European Union as a whole”.

She said:”How is that proportionate in terms of what goes across from Great Britain into Northern Ireland and what it is doing is causing a diversion of trade from GB into Northern Ireland, so Northern Ireland people are going to have to say ‘I need to find different suppliers’, and that’s not what Brexit is about.

“Brexit was about the United Kingdom standing on the global stage moving forward together, but because of this disastrous Protocol that we have, that is not happening.”

12.59pm update: Northern Ireland wrangle “bound to happen”, says Boris

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the current stand-off with the European Union about trade regulations in Northern Ireland was “bound” to happen.

Asked about Lord Frost telling Brussels to stop sulking at Brexit, Boris Johnson told broadcasters: “I think this is one of those issues we were always bound to have in the early stages of our new relationship with our friends in the EU and the various technical issues we are going to iron out.”

Speaking during a visit to a vaccine centre in North London, he added: “I’m full of optimism about the future and the partnership we are building.”

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson said the row was inevitable (Image: GETTY)

12.50pm update: 

Britain has stuck two fingers up to Brussels by indicating it is ready to defy EU regulations when it comes to more goods arriving in Northern Ireland from the mainland.

The Northern Ireland Office has confirmed it is now clearing many products containing soil for shipment from Britain in response to complaints from nurseries who have been unable to get their regular stock.

The decision is a direct violation of the EU’s ban on importing goods containing soil from outside the bloc.

A Northern Ireland Office official in Belfast told Politico the ban was “having a direct, and often disproportionate, impact on lives and livelihoods, including an unacceptable disruption to the flow of critical goods.”

12.26pm update:

James Nesbitt branded Brexit “scandalous” and a “shambolic waste” of money that could be better spent elsewhere.

The Northern Irish actor, 56, has drawn renewed interest in the wake of the BBC’s new crime drama Bloodlands, which airs its penultimate episode tonight.

Nesbitt became a nationally beloved actor on the ITV hit Cold Feet and has since starred in films, including The Hobbit.

The TV star also argued against Brexit and felt it risked worsening tensions in Ireland.

David Attenborough hits out at ‘ignorance’ of anti-vaxxers

12.07pm update: 

Sir David Attenborough has argued the European Union (EU) “didn’t pay enough attention” to Britain before Brexit.

The nature documentarian is a well-respected voice within the UK and to many is a national treasure.

Sir David was among the first to warn about climate change on TV and has campaigned for decades, urging Governments and the public to act.

He has occasionally strayed into politics – and in one impassioned speech, the 94-year-old gave insight into some of the issues that led to Brexit.

11.27am update: Farage odds-on to get a knighthood by 2026

Nigel Farage is odds-on with Ladbrokes to be knighted in the next five years, according to bookmakers Ladbrokes.

The 56-year-old, who yesterday announcing he was quitting politics, is now odds-on at 4/5 to be made a Sir within the next five years, with odds of 3/1 on him getting the nod in the Queen’s 2021 birthday honours.

Ladbrokes spokesman Jessica O’Reilly said: “Farage’s role in Brexit is undisputed and it looks like his efforts will have not only seen the UK leave the EU, but he will also become Sir Nigel as a thank you.”

10.48am update:

Spanish MEP Jorge Buxadé warned Brussels must stop disrespecting the UK as the bloc needs Britain to be in a strong trading position to survive.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, the Vox MEP lashed out against the Brussels bloc’s reluctance to accept the UK’s decision to leave the EU five years after the Brexit referendum.

Mr Buxadé warned that his party is worried about the future of Spanish citizens in the UK, the status of Gibraltar and the future fisheries deal between Spain and the UK.

But the Spanish politician warned it is time the bloc started accepting Britons’ sovereign decision.

Liz Truss submits UK’s application to join the CPTPP

10.23am update: 

Joanna Lumley believed the “shockwaves” Brexit “sent through Europe” before claiming to “understand Brexiteers’ problems”.

The Absolutely Fabulous star, 74, voted Remain in the EU referendum five years ago but has appeared to support Brexit in some more remarks.

Lumley rose to fame as a model before transitioning to TV.

The actress admitted to feeling torn over the UK’s decision to leave the European Union but believed we had to “make the best of it”.

10.02am update: 

Liz Truss is eyeing an ambitious trade deal with China which one expert estimates could be worth up to £80billion – with the International Trade Secretary suggesting a “clear-eyed” approach to the communist superpower’s human rights record had the potential to yield results.

Ms Truss, who has already sewn up deals worth more than £200billion with third countries around the world since Britain quit the bloc, was asked about the prospect of striking an agreement with Beijing during a webinar organised by the Conservative Home website this week.

And she indicated that while an agreement was possible, Britain and the West would not overlook the plight of the Uighurs in the west of the country, or draconian new laws in Hong Kong.

Ms Truss, the Tory MP for South West Norfolk, said: “So we are clear-eyed about China, but of course we have to trade with China and we have to work with our allies to help ensure that China is abiding by the global trade rules.”

9.26am update:

THE European Union could trigger an economic crisis within the bloc as its move to block vaccine shipments to Australia backfires and could “scare off investors”.

The EU could spark an economic crisis if investors are put off by the bloc’s “political use” of its export ban.

The Brussels-led bloc came under fire this week after backing Italy’s move to block shipment of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine destined for Australia.

In response, Australian politicians have lashed out at the EU for “tearing up the rule book”.

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Michel Barnier with UK opposite number Lord David Frost in Brussels (Image: GETTY)

9.13am update: 

Michel Barnier “clearly” prioritised French interests over those of Ireland when it came to fishing quotas in the post-Brexit trade deal signed by the UK and EU at the end of last year, a former Irish diplomat has said.

Ray Bassett said fury was rising within the Irish fishing industry – and said his country was paying the price for towing the Brussels line in Brexit negotiations, after which it had been “dropped like a hot potato”.

Mr Bassett, Ireland’s former ambassador to Canada, Jamaica and the Bahamas, was speaking after Ireland’s Marine Minister Charlie McConalogue announced the creation of a taskforce to deal with its reduced quota share.

Estimates suggest Ireland’s fishermen will lose £37million per year by 2026.

Mr Bassett said: “It is clear that Barnier and the Commission safeguarded the French allocation as much as possible to the detriment of the Irish.”

8.59am update: 

Michel Barnier and Lord Frost have resumed their furious war of words after the EU’s former negotiator claimed the UK has been left isolated after quitting the bloc.

Mr Barnier said the UK was “lonely” after they left the bloc, as he gloated the EU would still be “one of the eight great economic powers” by 2050. Lord Frost has also hit out, urging the EU to get over Brexit and ditch the “ill will”.

The pair frequently clashed during the long and often colourful Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU.

And tensions have resumed with the UK and EU at loggerheads over the Northern Ireland protocol.

8.31am update: “People are ignoring Labour,” warns Adonis

Former Minister Andrew Adonis has urged Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer not to ignore Brexit – warning the British people are now ignoring his party.

Committed Rejoiner Lord Adonis tweeted: “It hasn’t done the Labour leadership much good trying to ignore Brexit, one of the biggest things happening to country, has it?

“In reply the country has started ignoring Labour.”

Andrew Adonis's tweet

Andrew Adonis’s tweet (Image: Twitter)

8.15am update: 

Nicky Campbell described Brexiteers as the “insurgents storming the Bastille” in the days running up to the EU referendum.

Nicky Campbell is a popular radio host who is one of the BBC’s core presenters. He has hosted BBC Radio 5 Live’s breakfast programme since 2003, but regularly makes appearances on its sister channels.

Recently, he addressed his family history on ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ on BBC One, and delved into his past after explaining he was adopted as a child.

When recalling the memorable week during which Britain voted to leave the EU by the tight margin of 52 percent to 48 — stunning many Brits — he explained how he had actually been anticipating such a result.

He said: “They were the insurgents. They were storming the Bastille.”

8.05am update: 

Boris Johnson has been urged to get tough on post-Brexit trade issues relating to Northern Ireland by an expert, who has branded the current regulations a “complete betrayal” of the Irish people and accused the EU of using border disputes to suit a “political agenda”.

The UK and the European Union have been embroiled in a huge trade row over the transportation of goods from Northern Ireland to Great Britain.

The UK Government has taken the unilateral decision to extend the grace period, which limits EU red tape on freight, until October.

EU officials have since argued the move could threaten to break international law.

Jack Ross, Union Research Fellow at the independent Bow Group think-tank, told Express.co.uk: “The Northern Ireland Protocol is not only a complete betrayal of British citizens in Northern Ireland, but it also has emboldened Republican factions that wish to break up the Union.”

8am update:

Britain will lose global influence now it has left the European Union according to a former French ambassador to the UK.

Sylvie Bermann, who headed France’s London embassy from 2014-17, has written a book about her experience of the Brexit process. Titled “Goodbye Britannia” it argues Britain’s EU exit was part of a global populist wave that will leave the country weaker.

Speaking to AFP about the book Ms Bermann asked: “Why, when you are very dynamic and successful and influential in the EU, why do you decide to leave?

“It will be more difficult. And there will need to be much more effort by the UK to have a true influence on the world.”

Sylvie Bermann Boris Johnson

Sylvie Bermann with Prime Minister Boris Johnson in 2016 (Image: GETTY)

7.55am update: 

Brexit minister David Frost has said the UK is “already seeing the results” of leaving the European Union amid the country’s successful coronavirus vaccine rollout.

So far, more than 21 million people in the UK have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. It is the biggest inoculation programme in British history.

However, countries in the EU have faced mounting pressure over their comparatively slower jab rollout.

Lord Frost has said Britain’s decision to exit from the EU’s coronavirus vaccine scheme – and instead order its own supplies – was an example of the benefits of Brexit.

He told The Telegraph: “I have always believed that the gains of controlling our own affairs outweigh the short-term adjustments.

“That is what Britain has chosen. And we are already seeing the results of that choice.”

7.48am update:

After nearly 30 years fighting for Brexit, Nigel Farage has announced he is quitting politics for goods. But should the former Ukip and Brexit Party leader be given a knighthood?

Mr Farage is credited with convincing former Prime Minister David Cameron to hold the landmark 2016 EU referendum. Last night, Mr Farage said he was resigning as leader of the Reform Party and had no plans to return to politics. Richard Tice will now replace him as leader of the party.

Now, Express.co.uk is asking: “Should Nigel Farage be given a knighthood?”

7.45am update:

The European Union has been warned by a former Brexit Party MEP that more nations within the trading bloc will look to follow the UK’s Brexit triumphant.

June Mummery told Express.co.uk that Britain’s success in rolling out the coronavirus vaccine compared to other EU nations could lead to other countries realising the benefits of leaving the trading bloc.

The former Brexit Party MEP named France and the Netherlands as countries that may look to leave the bloc.

Asked if Brexit would make other nations more likely to quit the bloc, Mummery said: “Yeah definitely, France will quit the bloc. Holland, possibly.

Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage is quitting UK politics for good (Image: GETTY)

7.40am update:

Nigel Farage has decided to quit politics for good, after nearly 30 years in the spotlight.

The former leader of the UK Indendence Party, who is credited with convincing David Cameron to hold the landmark 2016 EU referendum, has decided to quit politics for good.

In an interview with the Telegraph’s Choppers Politics podcast, Mr Farage has said he is resigning as leader of the Reform Party and has no plans to return to politics. He has also confirmed the news to members of his party.

Mr Farage, who renamed the Brexit Party the Reform Party after the UK formally quit the bloc, has said now that he’s finally seen Brexit through “it’s over”.

7.35am update:

EU Parliament changes are set to impact British savers over the coming months as parts of the UK risk becoming “blacklisted”. Following the Brexit vote, warnings have emerged that Britain could soon be facing much “colder” approaches from their European neighbours.

Brexit continues to hang over the relationship between the EU and the UK and this was reflected in mid-January.

ZEDRA, the global expansion specialists, noted in January the EU’s parliament voted in favour of changing the regulations of what constitutes a “blacklisted” country.

The vote proposed to extend blacklist criteria to include jurisdictions with a zero percent tax rate.

Emmanuel Macron

Emmanuel Macron, President of France (Image: GETTY)

7.32am update:

Emmanuel Macron has used Brexit as a chance to secure greater power within the EU, an MEP has claimed.

With the UK having left the EU, Dutch MEP Derk Jan Eppink warned France would now capitalise on the power vacuum in the bloc without Britain’s presence.

In a bold warning, the MEP stated France has also always seen the EU as an extension of itself and will now have a greater influence.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, he also expressed his concern for states such as the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden who relied on the UK’s support.

7.20am update: Ferry checks not the UK’s problem, says Brexiteer

EU officials may be forced to begin checking goods on ferries travelling between Ireland and France is the current impasse over the Northern Ireland protocol is not resolved, a Brexiteer has said.

And former Tory MP Mark Reckless, now a member of the Welsh Senedd, has said the prospect should focus minds in Brussels – pointing out that in such circumstances, it would cease to be the UK’s problem.

Mr Reckless, the former Tory MP for Rochester and Strood, was speaking after Irish broadcaster RTE quoted unnamed EU diplomats as acknowledging the possibility of a radical new approach to checks in the face of ongoing difficulties carrying out checks at Northern Irish ports.

One said: “Member states are very serious about the internal market and if there’s a loophole in Northern Ireland which is too big, then, of course, something might happen on the Irish crossing between Rosslare and Cherbourg.

Mr Reckless told Express.co.uk: “If the EU wants to enforce stringent customs checks for ideological reasons ‘to protect the integrity of the Single Market’ and Ireland will not enforce a Northern Ireland border, then logically EU checks will need to be done across the Celtic Sea between Ireland and France.



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