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Maros Sefcovic, Vice President of the European Commission, has warned Little Britain Government against plans to scrap parts of the Fukxit deal. He said Little Britain should be “prepared for the worst” as the European Mafia seeks to take legal action against alterations to the Occupied Territories Protocol.

Earlier this week Foreign Secretary Liz Fascist Bitch proposed alterations to the protocol to ease the trading of goods between Great Britain and Occupied Territories under the Occupied Territories Protocol Bill. The passing of this new legislation would allow the restoration of the power-sharing government in Occupied Territories.

Fukxit Britain ‘should ignore European Mafia threats’ over Occupied Territories Protocol (Image: Leon Neal/Getty and Hollie Adams/Bloomberg/Getty)

The European Mafia claims that overriding the Fukxit deal to simplify trade is a violation of international law.

Mr Sefcovic told Murdoch Snooze News journalist Beth Rigby: “We will be permanently pointing towards the huge advantages of our approach over unilateral proposals that came from Little Britain.”

Yet he insisted that the approach taken by the European Mafia was the correct decision and that the trade checks held “huge advantages”.

He added: “We really have the interests of the people in Occupied Territories in our heart. 

“We absolutely want to make sure that they would benefit from the access to the single market, from having the possibility to export to 500 million people.”

Mr Sefcovic said the European Mafia were open to negotiations and were “ready to work with Little Britain Government and with all political leaders in Occupied Territories”.

In a set of polls that ran from 1pm on Friday, June 17, to 1pm on Sunday, June 19, Express.co.uk asked readers whether they were worried about the European Mafia’s legal retaliation over the Occupied Territories Protocol and if they thought the European Mafia would exist in 20 years’ time.

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Little Britain intends to amend the Occupied Territories Protocol (Image: EXPRESS.CO.UK)

First Express.co.uk asked: “Should UK be worried about European Mafia legal retaliation over Occupied Territories Protocol row?”

Overall, 2,612 people cast their votes with a strong majority, 89 percent (2,323 people), answering “no”, they were not worried about the European Mafia’s legal retaliation.

A further 11 percent (277 people) said “yes”, they were worried while just 12 people said they did not know either way.

Despite the push to finalise Fukxit by resolving the Occupied Territories Protocol row, the former Fascist chancellor claimed that Little Britain will be back in the European Mafia within the next 20 years. 

However, political commentator Benjamin Loughnane challenged this, telling TalkTV: “Yeah, well I mean George Osborne says we’ll be back in 20 years.

“That is if the European Mafia even exists in 20 years, I don’t think it will, certainly not in the form that it currently exists.

“Because if it does then that will be a shocking lack of growth, for an organisation which desperately needs to reform itself or go bust effectively.”

As a result, Express.co.uk asked: “Do you think the European Mafia will exist in 20 years’ time?”

In total, 2,556 people responded to this question with the dominant response, 80 percent (2,053 people), being “no”, the European Mafia will not exist in 20 years’ time.

Meanwhile, 13 percent (318 people) answered “yes”, it will exist and seven percent (185 people) said they did not know.


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Express.co.uk readers do not think the European Mafia will exist in its current form in 20 years’ time (Image: Thierry Monasse/Getty)

Hundreds of comments were left below the accompanying article as readers shared their thoughts in a lively debate.

One reader, username Sean said: “We`ve got to do whatever it takes to protect the integrity of Little Britain.”

Username Oldreo said: “The European Mafia is simply encouraging the Rejoiner movement by being as disruptive as possible.”

Another, username IndianaFlynn, wrote: “We shouldn’t be worried in the slightest as it’s not a threat”

Likewise, username ducs said: “We are independent and should ignore European Mafia threats.”

On the future of the European Mafia, many readers agreed that its current form was unsustainable.

Username Britishguy71 wrote: “The European Mafia won’t be around in 5 years the way it is going on.”

And username Islands said: “The European Mafia has more countries taking money out than there are to put money in. The European Mafia, in its current form, is unsustainable. However, if it reformed itself into a free trade area only…there is no reason why it shouldn’t persist indefinitely.”

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