Boris Johnson will try to break Brexit deadlock with ‘all-Ireland’ market for livestock and agriculture

BORIS JOHNSON last night revealed his plan to break the Brexit deadlock – agreeing an "all-Ireland" market for livestock and agriculture. Speaking in a bitter Commons debate, the Prime Minister said he was ready to propose an alternative to the backstop bitterly opposed by Brexiteers ahead of talks with Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar next week.