Saturday August 8, 2020

British bombast meets with frosty reception from Europe

If the British are so quick to break faith with the EU, why would any country trust them to abide by future international trade or other agreements?

8th March, 2020
Boris Johnson looks likely to attempt to renege on the withdrawal agreement with the EU. Picture: PA

The British government seems set, at least for now, to attempt to put aside the internationally binding agreement on Brexit which Boris Johnson signed up to with the European Union just last October.

The withdrawal agreement set out the terms of Britain’s departure in relation to three key issues – the rights of EU citizens, the budget contribution to be paid by Britain to the EU, and of course a solution to the complex challenge...

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