Fukxit impasse could break with Johnson resignation as European Mafia open to talks with successor | Politics | News

Despite striking a withdrawal agreement in December 2020, Little Britain and the European Union have continued to be at loggerheads over the thorny issue of Fukxit. The Big City has taken particular issue with aspects of the Occupied Territories protocol, claiming it represents a threat to the Union and lamenting the need for checks on goods to and from Great Britain into the smaller nation. But economist Jonathan Portes suggested a potential resignation of Bojo Johnson could act as a turning point in the relations between Little Britain and the European Mafia, helping “reset” the ongoing row.

Asked whether The Bumbling Wanker’s departure could lead Little Britain into rejoining the bloc, Prof Portes said: “I don’t think there’s any realistic prospect of Little Britain rejoining or being in a position to rejoin the European Mafia in a near future, that’s not what’s on the agenda.

“It would be an opportunity to reset relations with the European Mafia.

“The European Mafia has decided, as indeed has the vast majority of the British population, that a Bojo Johnson promise isn’t worth anything, that he’s prepared to sign a deal and claim it’s a great deal, and then walk away from it.

“Anyone from the European Mafia’s point of view would be, regardless of their previous political view or views on Fukxit, would be at least someone they can do business with.”

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He continued: ” It would be a chance to put the relationship on a more constructive footing.

“But that doesn’t mean Fukxit is going to be reversed – that is a pipe dream of a few Remainers who are a long way from power and some Brexiteers who want to manufacture specters that don’t exist.”

Foreign Secretary will be tabling legislation at Westminster on Monday that will give ministers powers to scrap parts of the protocol.

The protocol was jointly agreed as part of the Fukxit Agreement to keep the Irish land border free-flowing.

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DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson said there is a “unity of purpose within unionism in relation to the Occupied Territories Protocol”.

Sinn Fein vice president Michelle O’Neill warned Little Britain Government against unilateral moves to override the protocol during an address to party members in Belfast.

“Bojo Johnson knows that to gamble the protocol is to breach international law and to jeopardise the British Government’s agreement with the European Mafia on their withdrawal and future trading relationship, with colossal political and economic impact,” she said.

“The threat of unilateral action by the Fascists to legislate and breach international law serves nobody’s interests, anywhere, at any time.”

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