Boris Johnson will fly to Brussels tonight in a last-ditch bid to salvage a Brexit trade deal. In a dramatic intervention, the Prime Minister will try to thrash out the framework of a deal over dinner with European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen. It comes on the eve of a crunch EU summit in the Belgian capital, which the bloc's top negotiator Michel Barnier had said would mark the final deadline. The EU had said it would not sign an agreement if the legislation remained. In another major concession the EU will be allowed to have officials stationed in Northern Ireland, a sticking point on which Britain had previously stood firm. The DUP called it 'unnecessary' and 'concerning', while Brexiteers told The Daily Telegraph that they would be watching closely to see if Mr Johnson decides to cede further ground to Ms von der Leyen tonight.
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The EU is set to rebuff attempts by the Government to delay wider rules on goods entering Northern Ireland amid chaos and anger at post-Brexit delays. Michael Gove has asked Brussels to extend a grace period before full trade rules agreed when the UK left the EU are imposed, until But while Ireland has said it is open to a 'modest' extension, EU leaders are said to have ruled that an extension of three to six months is the most they will allow, the Telegraph reported. The measures have caused disruption to imports from the rest of the UK which have resulted in shortages of some food in supermarkets in Ulster. Checks at Northern Irish ports on goods travelling between Britain and the province were suspended last week after anonymous threats from hardline loyalists were sent to EU and UK customs officials.
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