Met chief Cressida Dick is 'officer of superlative achievement', says minister – politics live

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Latest updates: government backing for Met chief firms up as Kit Malthouse voices support after Clapham vigils handling

These are from RTE’s Europe editor, Tony Connelly. The EU is taking the UK to court following the government’s decision (announced on budget day, when attention was understandably elsewhere) to unilaterally delay the implementation of certain aspects of the Northern Ireland protocol. (Colleagues have confirmed that Connelly is right - as he normally is.)

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BREAKING: The EU will take legal action today against the UK over its unilateral move to change the terms of the Northern Ireland Protocol, @rtenews understands.

2/ The European Commission will issue legal proceedings through two letters to the British government, following its decision on March 3 to unilaterally extend grace periods which eased the full implementation of the Protocol.

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3/ There will be a letter of formal notice, triggering an infringement procedure due to an alleged breach of EU law, and what sources describe as a second “political” letter, alleging a breach of the good faith provisions of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.

4/ The former letter could result in the UK being taken to the European Court of Justice, while the latter potentially marks the beginning of an arbitration process under the dispute settlement mechanism within the Withdrawal Agreement. The UK has denied its actions are unlawful

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There are two comments statements today. This means the second reading debate for the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill will probably not start until around 6pm.

Two Statements today from 3.35pm:

1. Policing and the Prevention of Violence Against Women - @pritipatel

2. National Bus Strategy for England - @grantshapps

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Met chief Cressida Dick is 'officer of superlative achievement', says minister – politics live

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Latest updates: government backing for Met chief firms up as Kit Malthouse voices support after Clapham vigils handling

These are from RTE’s Europe editor, Tony Connelly. The EU is taking the UK to court following the government’s decision (announced on budget day, when attention was understandably elsewhere) to unilaterally delay the implementation of certain aspects of the Northern Ireland protocol. (Colleagues have confirmed that Connelly is right - as he normally is.)

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BREAKING: The EU will take legal action today against the UK over its unilateral move to change the terms of the Northern Ireland Protocol, @rtenews understands.

2/ The European Commission will issue legal proceedings through two letters to the British government, following its decision on March 3 to unilaterally extend grace periods which eased the full implementation of the Protocol.

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3/ There will be a letter of formal notice, triggering an infringement procedure due to an alleged breach of EU law, and what sources describe as a second “political” letter, alleging a breach of the good faith provisions of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.

4/ The former letter could result in the UK being taken to the European Court of Justice, while the latter potentially marks the beginning of an arbitration process under the dispute settlement mechanism within the Withdrawal Agreement. The UK has denied its actions are unlawful

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There are two comments statements today. This means the second reading debate for the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill will probably not start until around 6pm.

Two Statements today from 3.35pm:

1. Policing and the Prevention of Violence Against Women - @pritipatel

2. National Bus Strategy for England - @grantshapps

Continue reading...

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Met chief Cressida Dick is 'officer of superlative achievement', says minister – politics live

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Latest updates: government backing for Met chief firms up as Kit Malthouse voices support after Clapham vigils handling

These are from RTE’s Europe editor, Tony Connelly. The EU is taking the UK to court following the government’s decision (announced on budget day, when attention was understandably elsewhere) to unilaterally delay the implementation of certain aspects of the Northern Ireland protocol. (Colleagues have confirmed that Connelly is right - as he normally is.)

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BREAKING: The EU will take legal action today against the UK over its unilateral move to change the terms of the Northern Ireland Protocol, @rtenews understands.

2/ The European Commission will issue legal proceedings through two letters to the British government, following its decision on March 3 to unilaterally extend grace periods which eased the full implementation of the Protocol.

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3/ There will be a letter of formal notice, triggering an infringement procedure due to an alleged breach of EU law, and what sources describe as a second “political” letter, alleging a breach of the good faith provisions of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.

4/ The former letter could result in the UK being taken to the European Court of Justice, while the latter potentially marks the beginning of an arbitration process under the dispute settlement mechanism within the Withdrawal Agreement. The UK has denied its actions are unlawful

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There are two comments statements today. This means the second reading debate for the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill will probably not start until around 6pm.

Two Statements today from 3.35pm:

1. Policing and the Prevention of Violence Against Women - @pritipatel

2. National Bus Strategy for England - @grantshapps

Continue reading...

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