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BrexitBoris Johnson has held "constructive talks" with Tory rebels (Image: GETTY)

The Government claimed the move was necessary in order to protect British sovereignty and allow goods to move to Northern Ireland unimpeded.

However, critics argue the decision would break international law and undermine Britain’s standing in the world.

According to The Telegraph Mr Johnson has held “constructive talks” with Tory rebels and could be prepared to compromise.

One rebel told the paper Mr Johnson had privately admitted his proposals go too far.

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Another added: “It’s early days, but it feels as if we are edging towards a compromise being reached.”

Under the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Northern Ireland remains closely aligned with the EU’s internal market, in order to prevent a hard border with the Republic of Ireland.

Brussels argued this was needed to respect the 1998 Good Friday Agreement which brought to a close decades of political violence in the province.

As a result some custom checks would have to be implemented on goods travelling between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.

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