DUP accusations that the Irish government is "interfering and Brit-bashing" over Brexit, were last night condemned. MP Sammy Wilson called the Táinaiste Simon Coveney "belligerent" for dismissing technology as a border solution. Mr Coveney said the idea of any infrastructure on the...
Andrew Woodcock, Press Association Political Editor
Mrs May is understood to favour the arrangement, under which the UK would collect customs tariffs on behalf of the EU, as a means of breaking the deadlock in Brexit talks on the future of the Irish border.
MICHEL Barnier plans to meet the north's two unionist MEPs in the coming weeks after Diane Dodds and Jim Nicholson were unable to have face-to-face talks with the EU's chief Brexit negotiator during a visit to the north.