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Boris Threatens To “Walk Away From EU Trade Talks” If Brussels Refuses To Accept His “Message”

The Telegraph reported that the Prime Minister is willing to “walk away from trade talks with the EU unless it “gets the message” that Britain will never again be bound by rules written in Brussels”.

Earlier this month Boris Johnson outlined that the UK will no longer be accepting EU rules and regulations going forward. The United Kingdom is no longer a member of the European Union, but for practical purposes will continue to abide by their practises until the end of the year when the transition period expires.

Mr Johnson insisted that the UK will “prosper” even if the European Union rejects a free trade deal which does not include regulatory alignment.

Mr Johnson said: “We have made our choice: we want a comprehensive free trade agreement, similar to Canada’s. But in the very unlikely event that we do not succeed, then our trade will have to be based on our existing Withdrawal Agreement with the EU.”

This means the UK would revert to trading with the European Union on WTO terms. Michael Gove is leading all no-deal Brexit preparations.

Boris Johnson is referring to a potential no-deal Brexit as the ‘Australia’ option. This is not the first time Boris has taken inspiration from Australia. During the general election, he campaigned on a manifesto to implement a new immigration system based on the Australian model. This will be introduced next year.

Despite Boris Johnson insisting that he will not accept EU regulations after Brexit, Michel Barnier indicated that this is exactly what he wanted to impose on the United Kingdom in order for a free trade deal to be struck.

Nigel Farage analysed the comments made by the EU trade boss, he explained to LBC radio listeners what Barnier, in his view, was implying: What’s he really saying? He’s saying there must be a level playing field. It’s code for regulatory alignment.

“He’s saying we have to have the right mechanisms to make sure that it works. By which he means, the European Court of Justice should continue to have a role.”

Farage added: “And on fisheries, he’s basically saying the Common Fisheries Policy should pretty much continue as it is. Notice at one point he said we’ve already agreed.

“His argument will be that the so-called deal, the withdrawal agreement, that Boris agreed to at the end of October pretty much says these things.”

 



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