EU is threatening ‘blockade’ on British food to Northern Ireland and to ‘sculpt up’ the UK, Boris Johnson says

BRITISH PRIME MINISTER Boris Johnson has stated his controversial legislation to bypass parts of his Brexit offer is required to end EU hazards to install a “blockade” in the Irish Sea.

The Prime Minister said Brussels might “sculpt up our nation” and “seriously threaten peace and stability” in Northern Ireland if Conservative MPs rebel to block his Costs.

Johnson is working to stop a plan to amend the legislation from senior Tories who are incensed that it could break global law by flouting the Withdrawal Agreement.

The EU has stated the move is a major breach of trust and has actually threatened to take legal action if Johnson does not modify the UK Internal Market Expense by the end of the month.

However the Prime Minister has actually doubled down and argued it is “essential for peace and for the Union itself” and stated ballot it down would decrease the chances of a trade deal with the EU.

Writing in the Telegraph, Johnson stated: “We are now hearing that unless we agree to the EU’s terms, the EU will use a severe interpretation of the Northern Ireland procedure to impose a full-scale trade border down the Irish sea.

” We are being informed that the EU will not only enforce tariffs on products moving from Great Britain to Northern Ireland, but that they may actually stop the transportation of food products from GB to NI.

I have to say that we never seriously thought that the EU would want to use a Treaty, worked out in good faith, to blockade one part of the UK, to cut it off; or that they would in fact threaten to damage the financial and territorial integrity of the UK.

He said “in the last couple of weeks” he learned his mediators had actually discovered there “may be a severe misconception about the terms” of the Withdrawal Arrangement he signed in October.

Johnson argued it was agreed during “torrid” days with the deadline for a deal quickly approaching while “working out with one hand tied behind our back” since Parliament obstructed a no-deal.

” If we fail to pass this Bill, or if we damage its securities, then we will in reality lower the possibilities of getting that Canada-style offer,” he composed,

” Let’s remove this danger to the extremely fabric of the UK.

” Let’s make the EU take their dangers off the table.

” And let’s get this Bill through, back up our arbitrators, and secure our nation.”

Both Ireland and the EU, nevertheless, have actually warned that Johnson’s strategies posture a major threat to the peace process rather than securing the Great Friday Contract.

Plans to obstruct the bill

The Prime Minister held a teleconference with around 250 MPs to try and drum up assistance for the Costs, and cautioned them versus a return to the “unpleasant, squabbling days of last autumn”.

But throughout the call in which there were connection problems and no questions taken by Johnson more fall-out emerged from the EU.

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Leaders in the European Parliament said they would “under no circumstances validate” any trade deal reached if “UK authorities breach or threaten to breach” the Withdrawal Contract.

Johnson appeared not to have ended the disquiet within his celebration during the call, with senior backbencher Sir Bob Neill stating he was not reassured by the speech.

Sir Bob, who chairs the Commons Justice Committee and is tabling an amendment to the Expense which he says would enforce a “parliamentary lock” on any modifications to the Withdrawal Contract, stated he still competes it includes “objectionable” components.

” I believe it is potentially a damaging act for this nation, it would damage our credibility and I believe it will make it more difficult to strike trade offers going forward,” he informed Channel 4 News.

Amid the intensifying atmosphere between London and Brussels, it emerged the EU had actually even raised the possibility that it might block exports of animal items from the UK once the current Brexit shift duration comes to a close at the end of the year.

In a declaration following the current round of talks on Thursday, the EU’s chief mediator Michel Barnier said there were “numerous unpredictabilities” about the UK’s animal health regime.

He stated “more clearness” was required if Britain was to receive the “third-country listing” entitling it to export animal items to the EU.

Meanwhile, Gordon Brown signed up with fellow previous prime ministers Theresa May and Sir John Major in condemning the Federal government’s strategy, explaining it as “a big act of self-harm”.

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