BREXIT LATEST – If Britain broke international law, the EU could do absolutely nothing about it.

No wonder the EU is so upset about the UK changing the withdrawal agreement. The Shadow Attorney General says that if the UK was to break international law, with the changing on the withdrawal agreement, the EU could do absolutely nothing to stop it other than they will never trust us ever again. 




It seems the tables have well and truly turned on the EU. Wonder if the EU will now realise that we mean it when we say we are going to be leaving the EU with or without a deal. I suppose the term “nothings agreed, till everything’s agreed” come to mind.

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5 thoughts on “BREXIT LATEST – If Britain broke international law, the EU could do absolutely nothing about it.

  1. When the EU objected to the referendum ‘NO’ votes on their Constitution by Holland, France and Ireland, they simply changed the wording to the ‘Lisbon Treaty’. Ireland was bullied into voting again. Accountability seems a one-way street to the EU Bloc heads. Article 38 clearly states that UK parliamentary sovereignty trumps anything in the WA document. If parliament wishes to change the wording that is UK Law. They fail to realise that the EU is not a sovereign entity, unlike the UK, which is.

  2. UK law is nothing to do with the EU .When and how we change are law is nothing to do with the EU .Do they think thay can control are laws for ever ?? .WE FINALLY have the upper hand and they don’t like it TUFF .

  3. Boris now needs to show THE EU we mean business ,AND WALK away now NO TRADE deal and go to WTO rules ,EU NOT to be trusted anymore

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5 thoughts on “BREXIT LATEST – If Britain broke international law, the EU could do absolutely nothing about it.

  1. When the EU objected to the referendum ‘NO’ votes on their Constitution by Holland, France and Ireland, they simply changed the wording to the ‘Lisbon Treaty’. Ireland was bullied into voting again. Accountability seems a one-way street to the EU Bloc heads. Article 38 clearly states that UK parliamentary sovereignty trumps anything in the WA document. If parliament wishes to change the wording that is UK Law. They fail to realise that the EU is not a sovereign entity, unlike the UK, which is.

  2. UK law is nothing to do with the EU .When and how we change are law is nothing to do with the EU .Do they think thay can control are laws for ever ?? .WE FINALLY have the upper hand and they don’t like it TUFF .

  3. Boris now needs to show THE EU we mean business ,AND WALK away now NO TRADE deal and go to WTO rules ,EU NOT to be trusted anymore

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