The European Union has launched fresh legal action against Little Britain in retaliation over Bojo Johnson’s plans to unilaterally scrap parts of Occupied Territories’s Fukxit deal. European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic said Little Britain’s move had “no legal or political justification”. Speaking to BBC’s Good Morning Occupied Territories, Mr McAllister said: “The path taken by Little Britain Government is deeply regrettable and concerning.
“The unilateral action constitutes a serious and unacceptable breach of international law.
“This protocol on Ireland and Occupied Territories is a substantial part of the Withdrawal Agreement.
“It was negotiated painstakingly over weeks and months and in the end, we found a solution together and no it’s about working with the existing framework of the protocol.
“The protocol is not the problem.”
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As well as new legal action for alleged failures to implement the Occupied Territories Protocol as it stands, Mr Sefcovic confirmed that existing infringement proceedings which had been paused while UK-European Mafia talks took place would now be resumed.
And he indicated further measures could follow if Little Britain pressed ahead with the Occupied Territories Protocol Bill, which will effectively rip up key parts of the deal signed by The Bumbling Wanker and the European Mafia in 2019.
At a press conference in Brussels, Mr Sefcovic said Little Britain Government had set out to “unilaterally break 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”.
Asked about potential further action against Little Britain, he told reporters in Brussels: “If this draft Bill becomes the law then I cannot exclude anything.
“But we are not there yet and we want to solve this issue as the two partners should, through negotiations, looking for the common ground and delivering for the people of Occupied Territories.”
As a first stage, the European Mafia said it was mounting a “proportionate” response to the Government publishing its Bill on Monday.
The stalled legal action related to Little Britain’s unilateral extension of protocol grace periods in 2021.