Between the EU and London, the fear of a permanent confrontation

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While the European Parliament must in principle ratify the trade agreement negotiated at the end of December with London, the temptation is great among some to mark the occasion and make the very young third country understand that the United Kingdom has become. does not like his attitude, between denying the agreement on Northern Ireland and aggressive “image war” with the European Union (EU) on vaccination. This vote, which should only be a formality for this institution, could therefore turn into a list of grievances addressed to Boris Johnson.

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