Downing Street planning to delaying the implementation of the Internal Market Bill till December.

As the two sides meet in Brussels next week, red lines are readily drawn for a major showdown as time is running out to achieve a deal before the October 15th deadline.

As in previous negotiations, Brussels wants a deal on trade and fishing on the same ticket, but that isn’t what the British negotiators are willing to sign up to. The British want control of quotas and access which can change on an annual base, not a one size fits all agreement which the EU wants.
The meeting to talk about fisheries will take place over 2 days totalling 10 hours, 4-hours on Tuesday and a 6-hour negotiation on Wednesday.

Amendment to the withdrawal agreement planning to be delayed.

The two sides still envisage a deal being done, but there are still significant divides in crucial areas.
Unfortunately, there has been a shift in the Internal Market Bill, and it looks like the EU are slightly calling the shots. Downing Street is still keeping the Bill in action but delaying its implementation into law till around December. This change came after the EU said this Bill seriously put the talks at risk of total collapse. They said they would not be negotiating with a gun on the table.

A quote given by an EU diplomat in the Telegraph said: “Things have improved, but there is no way the EU will sign a trade deal when a gun is still on the table.

“We are looking for a deal, and we are hearing positive noises from London but now is the time for the Brits to put the cards on the table.
“Nice words and mood music won’t cut it.”
A UK official added: “We are now in the final period of negotiations.

“There remains a lot of work to be done.
“If the gaps in these areas are to be bridged, the EU’s more constructive attitude will need to be translated into more realistic policy positions.”
Though the two sides state, they want a deal they still disagree on the route to achieving that deal.
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8 thoughts on “Downing Street planning to delaying the implementation of the Internal Market Bill till December.

  1. As long as the Internal Market Bill is delayed, the EU will still be working on the assumption that it is up for negotiation and can be defeated and absolutely no progress will be made on a FTA….It needs immediate implementation so that we can move forward in one way or another.

  2. No. We have delayed enough. Both sides have had sufficient time to sort it out. Any movement on dates will imply more negotiations against us.

  3. We’ve had over four years to negotiate and got absolutely nowhere, why on earth do both sides have the false hope that something positive is about to take place, we’ve endured threats/ demands we’ve been talked down to, disrespected/belittled, and still we go back for more” for the sake of all of our sanity just walk away” and let this idiotic pathetic performance that we’ve seen from the EU come to an end….

  4. the bill should be implemented now , if we have to make major concessioins to secure a deal then we do not want one , we can negotiate later as an independent country.

  5. Implement the bill ASAP, walk away from the talks.
    Go WTO. Then allow the EU to come crawling back to us in 2025, if they are still around, and then maybe they’ll be willing to negotiate a proper trade deal, rather than trying to keep us under their thumb, as they are doing now.

    I really hope there is no deal by the 15 Oct cut off. Then we’ll see all the EU threats come into the open and all those Remoaners will be able to see what a bunch of twisted greedy power hungry hypocrites the EU is made of.

  6. I don’t like this at all this is our one and only chance to get it right, if we don’t the UK will suffer for decades.The longer this goes on the worse it will be for the UK, i’m loosing faith in the UK’s dealings with the EU. We have been intemperated and bullied by the EU for long enough, no more talks walk away after giving them a wto.

  7. I have a horrible feeling a deal is coming down the track that will be a cave in on the U.K. side, Boris will bottle it! Why put an internal market bill on the table only to remove it when threatened by the eu?. Doesn’t seem like we’re willing to go no deal.

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8 thoughts on “Downing Street planning to delaying the implementation of the Internal Market Bill till December.

  1. As long as the Internal Market Bill is delayed, the EU will still be working on the assumption that it is up for negotiation and can be defeated and absolutely no progress will be made on a FTA….It needs immediate implementation so that we can move forward in one way or another.

  2. No. We have delayed enough. Both sides have had sufficient time to sort it out. Any movement on dates will imply more negotiations against us.

  3. We’ve had over four years to negotiate and got absolutely nowhere, why on earth do both sides have the false hope that something positive is about to take place, we’ve endured threats/ demands we’ve been talked down to, disrespected/belittled, and still we go back for more” for the sake of all of our sanity just walk away” and let this idiotic pathetic performance that we’ve seen from the EU come to an end….

  4. the bill should be implemented now , if we have to make major concessioins to secure a deal then we do not want one , we can negotiate later as an independent country.

  5. Implement the bill ASAP, walk away from the talks.
    Go WTO. Then allow the EU to come crawling back to us in 2025, if they are still around, and then maybe they’ll be willing to negotiate a proper trade deal, rather than trying to keep us under their thumb, as they are doing now.

    I really hope there is no deal by the 15 Oct cut off. Then we’ll see all the EU threats come into the open and all those Remoaners will be able to see what a bunch of twisted greedy power hungry hypocrites the EU is made of.

  6. I don’t like this at all this is our one and only chance to get it right, if we don’t the UK will suffer for decades.The longer this goes on the worse it will be for the UK, i’m loosing faith in the UK’s dealings with the EU. We have been intemperated and bullied by the EU for long enough, no more talks walk away after giving them a wto.

  7. I have a horrible feeling a deal is coming down the track that will be a cave in on the U.K. side, Boris will bottle it! Why put an internal market bill on the table only to remove it when threatened by the eu?. Doesn’t seem like we’re willing to go no deal.

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