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Johnson accuses the EU of trying to “split” the UK and pledges to implement the law as soon as possible

September 12, 2020

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accused the European Union of trying to “split” Britain and has called on Parliament to pass the controversial law as soon as possible so that Brussels “removes its threats”. The twenty-seven will be London by the end of the month Give time to review the text as various provisions of the Brexit agreement are being questioned.

In an article published in “The Telegraph”, the “Prime Minister” claims that despite the agreement and the security mechanism provided for Northern Ireland – the so-called “backstop” – we are hearing this now, unless we agree to the terms of the EU, the EU will use an extreme interpretation of the Northern Ireland Protocol to set a full trade border under the Irish Sea. “

“They tell us that the EU will not only impose tariffs on our goods from Great Britain to Northern Ireland, but that they could actually stop the transport of food,” Johnson said between the two parts of the country.

Johnson accuses the EU of trying to “split” the UK and pledges to implement the law as soon as possibleJohnson accuses the EU of trying to “split” the UK and pledges to implement the law as soon as possible

“We would never seriously have believed that the EU would be ready to use a bona fide treaty to block and isolate part of the UK,” he lamented, assuring that London wants to help the EU, ” to maintain the integrity of their market “. Within”.

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