LONDON, June 16 (Reuters) - Britain is keeping all options
on the table as a response in a dispute with the European Union
over part of their Brexit deal covering Northern Ireland, Brexit
minister David Frost said on Wednesday, adding that talks were
not making much progress.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he could trigger
emergency measures in the Northern Ireland protocol after its
implementation at the beginning of this year has seen disruption
to trade between Britain and its province.
"All options remain on the table as regards steps forwards.
Obviously we would prefer to find negotiated ways forward if we
can. If that's not possible obviously ... other options remain
on the table," Frost told a parliamentary committee.
(Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge, writing by Elizabeth Piper;
editing by Michael Holden)