ERG BACK THE BREXIT DEAL. FULL DOCUMENT.

Nigel Farage

Today, the ERG have given their backing for the EU UK trade treaty. The conclusion of the assessment goes: “Our overall conclusion is that the Agreement preserves the UK’s sovereignty as a matter of law and fully respects the norms of international sovereign-to-sovereign treaties. 


“The “level playing field” clauses go further than in comparable trade agreements, but their impact on the practical exercise of sovereignty is likely to be limited if addressed by a robust government. In any event they do not prevent the UK from changing its laws as it sees fit at a risk of tariff countermeasures, and if those were unacceptable the Agreement could be terminated on 12 months’ notice.” SCROLL DOWN FOR FULL DOCUMENT. 

2 thoughts on “ERG BACK THE BREXIT DEAL. FULL DOCUMENT.

  1. I still think a No Deal Brexit would be the cleaner option, so we leave with no ties to any EU legislation.
    I’d be happy with the SNP and Labour support on refusing the deal.
    We can licence fishing in our own way, protecting our waters.
    Any vehicle assembly supply issues, and other supply chains, can be addressed with IPR/OPR paperwork, etc.
    We can easily do smaller reciprocal mini-deals on air space use, policing, security information sharing, etc.
    Then wait for the EU to self implode or come crawling back to us in a couple of years for a viable and proper FTA.

  2. I don’t think Boris has used the UK power for making deals to it’s full advantage he seems to have gone for the easy options

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2 thoughts on “ERG BACK THE BREXIT DEAL. FULL DOCUMENT.

  1. I still think a No Deal Brexit would be the cleaner option, so we leave with no ties to any EU legislation.
    I’d be happy with the SNP and Labour support on refusing the deal.
    We can licence fishing in our own way, protecting our waters.
    Any vehicle assembly supply issues, and other supply chains, can be addressed with IPR/OPR paperwork, etc.
    We can easily do smaller reciprocal mini-deals on air space use, policing, security information sharing, etc.
    Then wait for the EU to self implode or come crawling back to us in a couple of years for a viable and proper FTA.

  2. I don’t think Boris has used the UK power for making deals to it’s full advantage he seems to have gone for the easy options

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