EU negotiators threaten the UK haulage industry unless the UK signs up to Level playing field regulations.

Just when you think the trade talks couldn’t get any worse, the EU are now demanding the UK to sign up to it’s level playing field regulations or British truck drivers will face a major clamp down.

Haulage is another major sticking point in these negotiations. Mr Barnier has told other EU leaders that the U.K. will be leaving the customs Union and single market whilst seeking a best of both worlds access to the European , the British are now of the opinion the EU are doing all they can to make sure they can still meddle in U.K. affairs forever even though the U.K. would be outside the EU.

Michel Barnier - David Frost

From the recent demands, it is blatantly clear the EU want to make sure the U.K. are a satellite state of the EU, with out being able to act like a third country. The British also sense the EU are finding anything to run down the clock thinking the U.K. would simply cave in and sign the level playing rules due to time running out and the thought of no deal. Haulage is one of 5 major sticking points in these natation, below show the five sticking point.

The EU are demanding the same access and quota of fish.

Brussels wants to bar UK financial services from free access to EU money markets.

The EU wants the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice to continue ruling on any disputes between the bloc and the UK

EU chiefs have also been pressing the UK to accept the bloc’s state aid rules, restricting the Government’s ability to support private companies.

UK Government spokesman said: “Our discussions with the EU are in line with the UK’s approach to the negotiations, which we published earlier this year.”

9 thoughts on “EU negotiators threaten the UK haulage industry unless the UK signs up to Level playing field regulations.

  1. walk away now sign deals with other countries now show the EU the dwindling trade that they loose every time another deal is signed

  2. I believe we should walk away ,keep OUR £39 billion or more because they will demand more, just like any major estimate on any project it goes up and up , due to the people dealing with it have no realistic connection to the money involved it just numbers. Thats why goverments are not connected to the electriorate.And remember they need our markets because they want to protect there jobs, All countries should look out for there own interest ,but not by demanding one to pay all the cost , Well now that our payments to the EU has been taking out of the EU funds its their problem to balance the books instead of continuing on with their out of touch dreams being continued, Also the countries left shouldnt they all pay the same membership to belong , as its pretty well shows the few have to give to the many so a few pay i and the majority take out
    We have left in January and now need to take that one last step and walk away , then all this arguments will fade away and knew realistic trade deals with the EU will come from both sides to ensure trade will continue

  3. EU showing there true colours now.
    There just Thugs
    Well we can do the same, Boris ban all foreign truks from Uk or put such a high tariff on them coming into Uk.
    They cannot hold the UK to ransom they’ve just shown how low they can get to achieve their goals
    There panaking
    What do you you to to countries that try blackmail you.
    Tell them to stick there demands where the sun don’t shine

  4. Walk out without a deal. These blatant blackmailing EU negotiators are showing their true colours. The old boys club is sinking. The EU and UK need each other for trade and job retention. With a no deal and later trade deal negotiations, big businesses will manage the deals made.

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9 thoughts on “EU negotiators threaten the UK haulage industry unless the UK signs up to Level playing field regulations.

  1. walk away now sign deals with other countries now show the EU the dwindling trade that they loose every time another deal is signed

  2. I believe we should walk away ,keep OUR £39 billion or more because they will demand more, just like any major estimate on any project it goes up and up , due to the people dealing with it have no realistic connection to the money involved it just numbers. Thats why goverments are not connected to the electriorate.And remember they need our markets because they want to protect there jobs, All countries should look out for there own interest ,but not by demanding one to pay all the cost , Well now that our payments to the EU has been taking out of the EU funds its their problem to balance the books instead of continuing on with their out of touch dreams being continued, Also the countries left shouldnt they all pay the same membership to belong , as its pretty well shows the few have to give to the many so a few pay i and the majority take out
    We have left in January and now need to take that one last step and walk away , then all this arguments will fade away and knew realistic trade deals with the EU will come from both sides to ensure trade will continue

  3. EU showing there true colours now.
    There just Thugs
    Well we can do the same, Boris ban all foreign truks from Uk or put such a high tariff on them coming into Uk.
    They cannot hold the UK to ransom they’ve just shown how low they can get to achieve their goals
    There panaking
    What do you you to to countries that try blackmail you.
    Tell them to stick there demands where the sun don’t shine

  4. Walk out without a deal. These blatant blackmailing EU negotiators are showing their true colours. The old boys club is sinking. The EU and UK need each other for trade and job retention. With a no deal and later trade deal negotiations, big businesses will manage the deals made.

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