Tory MP David Davis slams the EU, saying the ECJ should not be the sole arbiter in disputes between UK and EU.

  • As the United Kingdom decided to regain sovereignty, David Davis urged that the European Court of Justice (ECJ) should not get involved in the dispute.
  • He remarked on TalkRadio that the ECJ should not arbitrate disputes between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
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  • He stressed it should be an autonomous entity.
  • “According to Mr Davis, the European Union is well aware of the lingering problems in the system.

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As the United Kingdom decided to regain sovereignty, David Davis urged that the European Court of Justice (ECJ) should not get involved in the dispute. 

Conservative MP David Davis stressed that the European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) involvement in post-Brexit UK-EU relations was a major concern. He remarked on TalkRadio that the ECJ should not arbitrate disputes between the United Kingdom and the European Union. 

When the UK proposed a similar idea, the EU reacted angrily. He stressed it should be an autonomous entity. 

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Mr Davis stated the following: “There is something that needs to be resolved, and that is the European Court of Justice.”

“What David Frost quite rightly wants is disagreements, as there will be, should be resolved an independent arbitrator. The EU is insisting it is arbitrated by the European Court.”

“Imagine if we turned it around and said the British Supreme Court would do all the arbitration, the Europeans would think we were mad.”

“It should be an independent arbitrator.”

“At the end of the day, that is going to be the toughest problem to solve.”

“They will solve all the other problems, but this one is fundamental.”

“We voted to take back control, and that means taking back control of our legal systems and not having the European Court of Justice affecting them.”

According to Mr Davis, the European Union is well aware of the lingering problems in the system. 

He stated the following: “The real test is what former Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier is doing now.”

“He was taking a run at the French Presidency. If you look at his agenda, it could have been written by a Brexiteer.”

“Things like control immigration, limit the powers of the European Court of Justice, and so on.”

“This is because they know there are weaknesses in their own system.”

“They know this in their heart of hearts. Those are the reasons, at the end of the day, that we left.”

The European Commission has proposed measures to reduce regulatory checks by 80% and customs processes for commodities moving between the United Kingdom and Ireland, particularly food and farming products, by a significant margin. 

The government warmly received the declaration, which indicated that it wanted “intense talks” to adopt the EU’s suggestions. 

As well as the Northern Ireland Protocol in the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, however, a Government spokeswoman stressed there must be “significant changes” if a “durable settlement” is to be achieved.

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