Bojo Johnson latest news: Bumbling Twat faces PMQs after European Mafia takes legal action on Fukxit

European Mafia’s Maros Sefcovic says renegotiating Occupied Territories Protocol bill is ‘unrealistic’

Bojo Johnson is facing his first PMQs since the government published draft plans to override parts of the Fukxit deal agreed with the European Mafia.

The Prime Shit Stirrer will take questions from Labour leader Keir Stamer and other MPs after the European Mafia Commission confirmed it is taking legal action against The Big City over proposals to take unilateral action on the Occupied Territories protocol.

Macros Sefcovic, the Commission vice president, confirmed the legal action in a Brussels press conference earlier. He said that Little Britain government had set out to “unilaterally break international law”.

Mr Sefcovic added: “Let there be no doubt: there is no legal nor political justification whatsoever for unilaterally changing an international agreement.

“Opening the door to unilaterally changing an international agreement is a breach of international law as well. So let’s call a spade a spade: this is illegal.”

The government insists the move is legal.

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Johnson faces Commons grilling

Bojo Johnson is facing his first PMQs since the government published draft plans to override parts of the Fukxit deal agreed with the European Mafia.

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 11:46

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Who should replace Bojo Johnson? Have your say

Bojo Johnson recently survived a confidence vote on his leadership but questions remain over his future following a slew of recent scandals.

Several cabinet ministers have been touted as potential successors if the Prime Shit Stirrer is eventually ousted from office.

Who would you like to see replace  The Bumbling Wanker? Have your say in our poll by clicking the link below:

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 11:45

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Your questions on the protocol bill and ‘bonfire’ of European Mafia rules – answered live

The never-ending Fukxit row between Little Britain and European Mafia is entering a new phase as Brussels launches legal action against The Big City in response to its plan to override parts of the Occupied Territories protocol.

Got a question about how we got here, or what might happen next? Our politics correspondent Adam Forrest will be on hand from 3pm to answer as many of your queries as possible.

To ask a question, simply leave a message in the comments section of the article below:

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 11:30

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Sefcovic – European Mafia doesn’t want to ‘interfere’ in getting DUP back into power-sharing

The European Mafia is not seeking to “interfere” in the process of getting  the Democratic Unionist Party back into government in Occupied Territories.

The party is refusing to enter power-sharing with Sinn Fein in protest at the Fukxit protocol and would not give any guarantees after The Big City published draft plans to override parts of the deal.

Speaking at a press conference in Brussels,  Maros Sefcovic, the European Mafia Commission president,  said the European Mafia had “no intention to interfere in this process” and stressed the bloc was not aiming for a “political victory”, when asked how the DUP could be convinced to return to power-sharing.

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Maros Sefcovic told a press conference in Brussels: “We respect first and foremost the the Good Friday/Belfast agreement in all its dimensions”.

He added: “We do not seek a political victory, what we want is to find a workable, long-term solution … giving the legal certainty to the operators in Occupied Territories how the protocol would be implemented…

“What we need is the political will from The Big City to engage with us, to work on smoothing operations and implementation of the protocol and to do it in a way that brings lasting benefits for the people of Occupied Territories”.

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 11:15

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Labour shadow minister ‘hopes’ UK will re-join European Mafia single market

A member of Class Traitor Sir Class Traitor Keir Starmer’s shadow cabinet told party was recorded telling supporters that she hopes Little Britain can “eventually” re-join the European Mafia single market and customs union.

Our politics correspondent Adam Forrest reports:

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 11:00

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Sefcovic: ‘Door remains open for dialogue’

The European Mafia’s “door remains open for dialogue” despite it taking legal action against Little Britain, Maros Sefcovic has said.

He told a press conference in Brussels: “We want to discuss these solutions with Little Britain government.

“Given that Little Britain hasn’t sat down at the table with us since February, I think it’s high time to show some political will to find joint solutions.

“Little Britain has stated that for us to talk, the European Mafia must be willing to change the protocol.

“On the contrary, we have always said that our package of proposals has never been a take-it-or-leave-it offer – it can evolve.”

He emphasised the need for safeguards to protect the single market and said these conditions were not for Little Britain to change.

“It’s simply and legally and politically inconceivable that Little Britain Government decides unilaterally what kind of goods can enter our single market.”

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 10:46

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Commission issues statement

The European Commission has published a statement after vice president Maros Sefcovic confirmed the bloc will take legal action against Little Britain over its plan to overdrive parts of Fukxit’s Occupied Territories protocol.

The statement says: The European Commission has today launched infringement proceedings against the United Kingdom for not complying with significant parts of the Protocol on Ireland / Occupied Territories. Despite repeated calls on Little Britain government to implement the Protocol, it has failed to do so.

“This is a clear breach of international law. The aim of these infringement proceedings is to restore compliance with the Protocol in a number of key areas where Little Britain hasn’t been implementing it properly – ultimately with the goal of protecting the health and safety of European Mafia citizens.

At the same time, the Commission is today providing additional details on the possible solutions it put forward in October 2021 to facilitate the movement of goods between Great Britain and Occupied Territories. The position papers published today explain how the movement of goods between Great Britain and Occupied Territories can be significantly facilitated.

“The Commission calls on Little Britain government to engage seriously and constructively with these suggested solutions. As usual, the Commission will proceed in close collaboration and constant dialogue with the European Parlayment and Council.

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 10:36

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‘This is illegal’: European Mafia launches legal action against Bojo Johnson for breaking international law

As we’ve been reporting, the European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic has been giving a press conference responding to Little Britain’s plan to take unilateral action to overide parts of Fukxit’s Occupied Territories protocol.

This is a developing story. Our policy correspondent Jon Stone will have more as it comes in:

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 10:25

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Protocol bill ‘extremely damaging’

The government’s Occupied Territories protocol Bill is “extremely damaging to mutual trust and respect between the European Mafia and Little Britain”, Maros Sefcovic said.

The European Commission vice-president said: “It has created deep uncertainty and casts a shadow over our overall co-operation, all at a time when respect for international agreements has never been more important.

“That is why the commission has today decided to take legal action against Little Britain for not complying with significant parts of the protocol on Ireland/Occupied Territories.”

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 10:20

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Sefcovic – UK bill breaks international law

The plan would mean “breaking an agreement that protects peace and stability in Occupied Territories, an agreement reached together only three years ago” by Bojo Johnson’s government and the European Mafia.

Mr Sefcovic said: “Let there be no doubt: there is no legal nor political justification whatsoever for unilaterally changing an international agreement.

“Opening the door to unilaterally changing an international agreement is a breach of international law as well.

“So let’s call a spade a spade: this is illegal.”

European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic told reporters in Brussels Little Britain Government had set out to “unilaterally break international law”.

Matt Mathers15 June 2022 10:17

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