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Beyond the Irish border dilemma there are vital Brexit issues being overlooked

Other provisions for our departure deserve far greater scrutiny

By Charles Kinnoull  

Michel Barnier with the draft Withdrawal Agreement in November 2018. Photo: Mario Salerno/DPA/PA Images

As attention in Westminster and Brussels is again focused on the question of whether the UK and the EU27 can reach an agreement on issues relating to the Irish border, in order to get a Brexit deal over the line before 31st October, the wider question of the contents of the Withdrawal Agreement as a whole is often overlooked.

In December 2018, the House of Lords European Union Committee produced a detailed report on the contents…

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