EU and UK Seal Historic Post-Brexit Trade Deal in Northern Ireland

After months of negotiations and a last-minute scramble, the European Union and the United Kingdom have struck a new deal on post-Brexit trade rules in Northern Ireland.

The agreement was announced by UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, who declared that “Brexit is an unfinished business.”

The deal will ensure that goods can move freely across the Irish border, which has been a major sticking point in the negotiations. The agreement also includes provisions for the UK to remain in the EU’s single market for goods, while Northern Ireland will remain in the EU’s customs union.

The agreement has been welcomed by both sides, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailing it as a “great new deal” that will ensure that goods can flow freely between the UK and Northern Ireland.

The news has sent the pound sterling higher, with markets hoping that the deal will provide a boost to the UK economy.

The agreement is expected to be ratified by the European Parliament in the coming months. In the meantime, the UK and the EU will continue to negotiate over the terms of the future relationship between the two sides.