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Emmanuel Macron has launched an offended assault on the UK’s failure to implement the Brexit deal for Northern Eire, wrecking Boris Johnson’s makes an attempt to assert there’s “concord” on the G7 summit.

The French president branded the prime minister’s try to reopen the authorized protocol governing commerce throughout the Irish Sea as “not severe”, saying: “Nothing is renegotiable.”

The assault – forward of a face-to-face assembly with Mr Johnson in Cornwall – got here after the US issued the UK with a unprecedented diplomatic rebuke for placing the Northern Eire peace course of in jeopardy.

Joe Biden’s prime diplomat in London warned David Frost, the Brexit minister, that the federal government is “inflaming” tensions by refusing to introduce checks at ports, revealed in a memo which No 10 didn’t deny.

On the G7, Mr Johnson and Mr Biden held talks for one hour and 20 minutes and emerged, Downing Avenue claimed, “in full concord” on the Northern Eire controversy.

However the tensions exploded instantly afterwards, at Mr Macron’s press convention in Paris and forward of a showdown between the prime minister and the European Fee on Friday.

The UK has hinted it’s going to unilaterally shelve an agreed ban on chilled meat exports from Britain to Northern Eire, as a result of kick in on the finish of June – having delayed earlier promised checks on items.

The French president mentioned: “I believe it’s not severe to need to revisit, within the month of July, what we finalised after years of labor on [in] December.

“We now have a protocol, an settlement of separation within the framework of which is Northern Eire and a commerce treaty.

“If after six months you say we can not respect what was negotiated, then that claims nothing might be revered. I imagine within the energy of treaties. I imagine in seriousness. Nothing is renegotiable. Every thing is relevant.”

Brussels is able to slap tariffs and quotas on UK exports, except it backs down – and even to “droop” different elements of the Brexit commerce deal, presumably hitting fishing and even energy provides.

Mr Biden’s main concern is preserving peace in Eire, prompting the obvious issuing of the “demarche”, a proper diplomatic reprimand nearly unprecedented between shut allies.

The federal government memo, revealed by The Occasions, mentioned the US had “strongly urged” Britain to succeed in a settlement, even accepting “unpopular compromises” to finish the stalemate.

It acknowledged that Yael Lempert, chargé d’affaires on the US embassy in London, had “implied that the UK had been inflaming the rhetoric, by asking if we’d preserve it ‘cool’”.

In Cornwall, Mr Biden averted a direct confrontation, No 10 insisting he had not raised issues in regards to the Northern Eire Protocol as the 2 leaders confused their shared “dedication to the Good Friday Settlement”.

They had been in “in full concord on this problem”, Mr Johnson’s spokesman mentioned. Nevertheless, he didn’t deny the demarche, saying: “I wouldn’t get into the main points of the discussions nations have.”

On Mr Macron’s assault, the spokesman claimed: “We’re completely performing in accord with what was achieved and what was set out [in the Protocol].”

Mr Johnson described the president as a “breath of contemporary air” after the assembly, whereas Mr Biden confused the UK-US “particular relationship” – a time period the prime minister is believed to dislike as “needy”.

The 2 leaders signed a brand new Atlantic Constitution, reviving the shut ties of their wartime predecessors Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt.

In addition they agreed “to work to reopen journey”, however the rumoured announcement of a UK-US journey hall – to spare vaccinated guests the necessity to quarantine – nonetheless seems a way off.

Likewise, though they reaffirmed their want for a post-Brexit free commerce deal, there isn’t any signal of negotiations beginning. “I don’t have particular date for additional talks,” Mr Johnson’s spokesman admitted.

An alternate of presents noticed the prime minister current the president with a framed {photograph} of the anti-slavery campaigner and former slave Frederick Douglass.

First Girl Jill Biden was given a primary version of Daphne du Maurier’s The Apple Tree, to replicate the writer’s Cornish hyperlinks, Downing Avenue mentioned.

In return, Mr Johnson was given a US-made bike and helmet, whereas his new spouse Carrie obtained a leather-based tote bag made by navy wives and a presidential silk scarf.

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