Separate packaging will be needed, and factories on the mainland will need to know in advance which goods are earmarked for Ulster.
Why has the Government signed off a safeguard which Sinn Féin can disable by collapsing Northern Ireland’s devolved institutions again?
It will give cover to Conservative opponents of the deal. But the crucial question is the future of Stormont, and on that the Unionists are silent.
If Sunak reaches a deal on the Northern Ireland Protocol, he will need it endorsed by DUP politicians with whom he has almost nothing in common.
No member of the ERG rose to do the Leader of the Opposition’s dirty work for him by plunging a dagger between the PM’s shoulder blades.
Recent reports that ministers may give European judges a role in Ulster ‘forever’ have stoked fears London aims to cut and run.
The new Home Secretary wants to uphold traditional British means of maintaining liberty and the rule of law.
My guess is that she is too smart to allow the worst case scenario to happen. To do that, however, she is going to have to move swiftly from focusing on winning the confidence of Conservative MPs and party members to winning the confidence of the markets.
The Party’s internationalist-minded Left talks the rebellious talk, but is less ready to walk the walk.
And how the editor of ConHome popularised the term “Spartans” for the diehard Tory opponents of May’s Withdrawal Agreement.
In this feature, we look at some of the most memorable podcasts of the last few weeks.
“In these historic days, as we regain our freedom and our independence, I pay a profound tribute… above all to our Prime Minister.”
We hail the commitment of Frost and Oliver Lewis to their negotiating brief. Without them, this deal is unlikely to have reached its final form.
This is not the first time that the Prime Minister has been misread by opponents who deluded themselves into believing he was set on No Deal.