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“Whatever it takes,” British Prime Minister Johnson warns the EU against post-Brexit trade

CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) – Britain will do “everything necessary” to protect its territorial integrity in a trade dispute with the European Union, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Saturday and threatened immediate action if a solution was not found. Johnson’s threat appeared to break a temporary truce in a war of words over part of the Brexit deal, which covers border issues with Northern Ireland, the focal point of tensions since Britain’s exit from the EU was finalized late last year. Although US President Joe Biden encouraged them to compromise, Johnson used a G7 summit to avoid weakening his position on the so-called Northern Ireland Protocol, which covers border issues with the British province.