Assembly rejects adoption of EU regulation

    Were the regulation to have been adopted, it would mean a substantial expansion of EU intellectual property law in Northern Ireland covering craft and industrial goods.

    It would add 50 pages of EU law to the Windsor Framework, all under the oversight of the European Court of Justice.

    Most significantly it would create a new and unacceptable regulatory border between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

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