A Midlands North West MEP says there are concerns over the ‘unilateral attitude’ of the UK after they were accused of breaking international law.
They have extended the grace period for the importation of food into Northern Ireland from April to October to which has, for the second time caused friction between the UK and EU.
Colm Markey, Fine Gael MEP, says that there is now concern that this will hamper the relationship between Ireland and the UK if they refuse to co-operate.
HE also says that while one extension might be acceptable, flexibility can only go so far when it comes to Brexit.
Speaking to Shannonside Northern Sound he said there are no winners if the sides don’t work together: