Thursday September 24, 2020

Britain is behaving like a rogue state as it seeks to undermine withdrawal treaty

In disregarding the withdrawal treaty, Brexiters are ignoring the ramifications of leaving the EU for stability in Northern Ireland and normal life on this island

13th September, 2020
It has emerged that Boris Johnson is putting forward legislation that will allow the British government to tear up the provisions in the treaty regulating state aid and post-Brexit trade between Northern Ireland and Britain

Brexit has gone off the rails, and it threatens to take Britain with it. In the four years since the vote to leave the EU, Britain’s manic pursuit of a complete breach with its friends and neighbours has resulted in a disunited kingdom, a constitutional crisis, the temporary shutting down of parliament, two general elections and a civil war in the Conservative Party.

As the country lurches from one fiasco to another, Britain’s...

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