BREXIT – Barnier demands the United Kingdom to ensure “the sustainable use of resources and protecting the activities of European fishermen and women.”

With Michel Barnier failing the EU in negotiating a deal, you would think a change in tactics would be needed. Instead, it’s the opposite. In a statement after the 9th round of negotiations failed to produce an agreement, Barnier still demands the following: “We recall once again that any agreement on an economic partnership with the United Kingdom requires:

  1. Solid, long-term guarantees of open and fair competition. Our new economic partnership must be underpinned by clear rules. These rules must be operational and credible. That requires effective enforcement mechanisms, in particular on state aid, and a commitment towards non-regression from social, fiscal, environmental and climate standards. This is possible while fully respecting the regulatory autonomy and sovereignty of both parties.  

  2. An efficient governance framework, based on a comprehensive agreement, with robust enforcement and dispute settlement mechanisms, as well as effective remedies. This is naturally even more important following the UK government’s introduction of the « Internal Market Bill», which breaches its obligations under the Withdrawal Agreement and the Protocol on Ireland / Northern Ireland.
  3. A stable, sustainable and long-term agreement on fisheries, enabling the United Kingdom to further develop its fishing opportunities, while ensuring the sustainable use of resources and protecting the activities of European fishermen and women.  

To reach an agreement, these divergences must necessarily be overcome over the next weeks.”

As you can see above, the EU still hasn’t learned that the UK voted to leave the EU in its entirety. The EU is still having trouble understanding what Brexit means. The UK voted to leave the EU, and by doing so, Britain would regain its sovereignty, its laws, money and waters. As you can see above the EU do not respect the wishes of Britain, and you can see we were right to get the Internal Market Bill in place as a safety net.

What’re your thoughts on this? Do the EU respect the autonomy and sovereignty of the United Kingdom?

7 thoughts on “BREXIT – Barnier demands the United Kingdom to ensure “the sustainable use of resources and protecting the activities of European fishermen and women.”

  1. Tell them to get stuffed. They’ve been messing about too long and too many times. They have no respect for any individual country let alone ‘troublemaker’ UK.
    Walk away now.

    1. They are a rabbit caught in the headlights.
      We the UK are a fifty ton juggernaut Rolling down the freeway…what’s going to give.????😃😆😆😁

  2. Reading this article I have been wondering why the EU have to demand everything from the UK. What is the EU afraid of? It sounds like it’s the competition & therefore the UK will be more competitive than the EU & this they don’t like. They must stop demanding but they (EU) won’t & the EU will never learn.

  3. If the EU keep stating they demand! Then the free UK should jolly well ignore them and walk away with NO DEAL. They will never let us go on our terms, they cannot be trusted. They will continue to over fish our waters no matter what rules are in place.
    We are out, there are plenty more countries willing and waiting to do deals with Britain.

  4. They just cannot stand the idea that the UK has ALREADY left, we will be successful as a SOVEREIGN, INDEPENDENT country..they keep harping on about the Internal Market Bill has breached International Law, which just goes to prove how ignorant they are about how our government/parliament works..until the Bill becomes an Act of Law/Parliament, it is classed as something which is basically a safety net, as Boris has stated previously..therefore, as a Bill, not an Act in law, we have NOT breached International Law..ergo, wind your neck in Mrs VDL…Rule Britannia…💙🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧

  5. The agreement was to leave. ‘No Deal’ is a phrase made up by those who wish to remain. If the UK and EU cannot agree a deal then trade resorts to the World Trade Organisation rules, which I’ve noticed where never discussed when the UK joined the European Common Market which essentially became the EU.

📣 What’re your thoughts? Have your say.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

7 thoughts on “BREXIT – Barnier demands the United Kingdom to ensure “the sustainable use of resources and protecting the activities of European fishermen and women.”

  1. Tell them to get stuffed. They’ve been messing about too long and too many times. They have no respect for any individual country let alone ‘troublemaker’ UK.
    Walk away now.

    1. They are a rabbit caught in the headlights.
      We the UK are a fifty ton juggernaut Rolling down the freeway…what’s going to give.????😃😆😆😁

  2. Reading this article I have been wondering why the EU have to demand everything from the UK. What is the EU afraid of? It sounds like it’s the competition & therefore the UK will be more competitive than the EU & this they don’t like. They must stop demanding but they (EU) won’t & the EU will never learn.

  3. If the EU keep stating they demand! Then the free UK should jolly well ignore them and walk away with NO DEAL. They will never let us go on our terms, they cannot be trusted. They will continue to over fish our waters no matter what rules are in place.
    We are out, there are plenty more countries willing and waiting to do deals with Britain.

  4. They just cannot stand the idea that the UK has ALREADY left, we will be successful as a SOVEREIGN, INDEPENDENT country..they keep harping on about the Internal Market Bill has breached International Law, which just goes to prove how ignorant they are about how our government/parliament works..until the Bill becomes an Act of Law/Parliament, it is classed as something which is basically a safety net, as Boris has stated previously..therefore, as a Bill, not an Act in law, we have NOT breached International Law..ergo, wind your neck in Mrs VDL…Rule Britannia…💙🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧

  5. The agreement was to leave. ‘No Deal’ is a phrase made up by those who wish to remain. If the UK and EU cannot agree a deal then trade resorts to the World Trade Organisation rules, which I’ve noticed where never discussed when the UK joined the European Common Market which essentially became the EU.

📣 What’re your thoughts? Have your say.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.