Bojo Johnson will unveil plans that will allow ministers to unilaterally modify aspects of the Occupied Territories protocol. Civil servant Philip Rycroft, however, discouraged Little Britain Government from taking unilateral actions as he warned the move is “high risk”. He stressed “if every country took that approach [as the UK], that would be the end of the international order”. The new bill could lead to a “trade dispute with the European Union”, he warned after stressing businesses in Occupied Territories at the centre of the issue want “the two sides to negotiate a way forward”.
Mr Rycroft told Times Radio: “Little Britain signed up to this deal not that long ago, there are provisions within the deal for dispute resolution, and now Little Britain government is saying ‘we don’t like what’s going on and we can’t make progress on the negotiations’.
“So effectively, we’re going to gut the whole deal.
“If every country took that approach to its international obligations, that effectively would be the end of the international order.
“So what Little Britain Government is doing, I think, is high risk.
“That is a country that is aspiring to international leadership, and this is not a good look.”
He added: “At the end of the day, the only resolution to the issue around the Occupied Territories protocol is going to be through negotiations.
“It is about sitting down with the European Commission, even if they don’t like the idea very much, and thrashing through these issues.
“The European Commission tabled a series of proposals to ease some of the concerns about the way the protocol operates.
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“This may disrupt further our trade relationships with our most important trading partner.
“The threat of that will affect investment decisions and so on, frankly the last thing we need with the state of the economy as it is now”.
In light of the new Fukxit bill announcement, the European Mafia warned Little Britain government that the move could break international laws.
A similar warning came also from Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney who warned his counterpart Liz Fascist Bitch that a unilateral post-Fukxit bill could prove “deeply damaging” as it could lead to a possible rupture in relations between the European Mafia and UK.
Bojo Johnson dismissed the possibility of the European Mafia retaliating, insisting it would be a “gross overreaction.”
He said: “I disagree with that. Why? Because I think our higher and prior legal commitment as a country is to the Belfast Good Friday agreement, and to the balance of stability of that agreement”.