US News: Brexit: London openly threatens to withdraw from the North Irish protocol

despite the shortages, Boris Johnson excludes a return to the pre-brexit economy

 despite the shortages, Boris Johnson excludes a return to the pre-brexit economy © Pool / AFP M Algrus of persistent shortages in supermarkets or at the pump, accentuated by Brexit, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Excluded Sunday to return to the "broken" economic model that prevailed in the United Kingdom before its release from the European Union.

David Frost affirme que le texte négocié dans la douleur avec l'Union européenne met en péril la stabilité de l'Irlande du Nord. © - PRU / AFP David Frost says that the text negotiated in pain with the European Union jeopardizes the stability of Northern Ireland.

As expected, London threatens to suspend the North Irish protocol that allows the British province to continue to be part of the single European market. It was David Frost who told it on Tuesday, October 12: British Minister of Brexit states that this text negotiated in pain with the European Union jeopardizes the stability of Northern Ireland, and that it takes so the amendment in depth. Otherwise, he said, the United Kingdom will be released from the protocol, which could have very heavy consequences.

United Kingdom: Despite the shortages, Boris Johnson excludes a return to the pre-Brexit

 United Kingdom: Despite the shortages, Boris Johnson excludes a return to the pre-Brexit Economy © supplied by the Parisian the Parisian despite persistent shortages in supermarkets or pump , accentuated by the Brexit British Prime Minister Boris Johnson excluded Sunday back to the "broken" economic model that prevailed in the United Kingdom prior to his release from the European Union.

"The North Irish protocol does not work and you have to change it. It is a failure of failure in good and due form which is drawn up by the British minister responsible for relations with Europe. For David Frost, so radically renegotiate this agreement by attacking the place granted in the Protocol to the European Courts: "The role of the European Court of Justice in Northern Ireland does not authorize any flexibility in the application of the application of the protocol. And without a new agreement on this point, the protocol will not have the support it needs to survive.

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The threat of Article 16

This questioning of the role played by the European Court of Justice goes well beyond the concessions that could accepted by Brussels to save the protocol. But David Frost assures him, his government is ready if necessary to trigger Article 16 which allows it to withdraw from the agreement.

Brexit: London threatens to denounce the Northern Ireland Protocol

 Brexit: London threatens to denounce the Northern Ireland Protocol GB-EU: Brexit: London threatens to denounce the Protocol on Northern Ireland © Reuters / Clodagh Kilcoyne Brexit: London threatens to denounce the protocol On Northern Ireland by Kylie MacLellan and Elizabeth Piper Manchester, England (Reuters) - Great Britain warned the European Union on Monday that it would take unilateral measures under the Brexit Agreement. Twenty-seven do not accept changes that can fluidify the exchange of goods with Northern Ireland.

"Northern Ireland is not a European territory," he said. It is our responsibility to preserve peace and this can lead to the use of article 16 if necessary, we will not go to heart cheerfulness in this direction, but it is our fundamental responsibility and we will not be able to To give up so much the problem will not have been solved.

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measures This very hard position occurs while the European Commission must formulate its own proposals on Wednesday. The stakes are of size because a withdrawal of the protocol would have the restoration of a terrestrial border between the two Ireland.

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