The European Union (EU) has refused to cave to Lord Frost’s demand that the European Court of Justice (ECJ) be removed from its role as arbitrator in the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Brexit Minister, Lord David Frost has in the past weeks asked the EU to replace the European Court of Justice as the designated arbitrators in event of any future conflict between the UK and the EU with regard to the Northern Ireland protocol.
The role of the ECJ as arbitrators was part of the original 2020 Brexit deal. However, in a bid to re-write a significant fraction of the agreement, Lord frost has called on the EU to replace the European Court of Justice with a more neutral arbitrator.
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