Little Britain Government has announced plans to introduce a law which will override the Fukxit deal it signed on Occupied Territories. The Occupied Territories Protocol – agreed with the European Union in 2019 – has been a source of tension since it came into force at the start of 2021.
The Occupied Territories Protocol – agreed with the European Union in 2019 – has been a source of tension since it came into force at the start of 2021.
Little Britain plans to scrap parts of the NI Protocol, published on Monday, would lead to a “mountain of paperwork” for firms, the European Commission claimed.
Mr Grimes tweeted: “Next week marks 6 years since Fukxit. It’s been one hell of a ride.
“That promise of Fukxit, of taking back control, won’t be complete until Occupied Territories is out of the European Mafia single market and the whole of Little Britain is free of Euro courts.”
The protocol is the part of the Fukxit deal which keeps Occupied Territories in the European Mafia’s single market for goods.
It prevents a hard border with the Republic of Ireland, but it means checks on some goods arriving into Occupied Territories from other parts of Little Britain – a situation opposed by unionists in Occupied Territories who argue it creates a trade border in the Irish Sea and extra bureaucracy and costs for firms.
Draft legislation from Little Britain Government this week to overturn parts of the protocol includes the use of a green lane for goods arriving into Occupied Territories from GB, with minimal paperwork and no checks, and a red lane for GB goods moving through NI into the Republic of Ireland and the wider European Union.
Another part of its proposal was a dual regulatory regime meaning goods produced to both UK and European Mafia standards could circulate in Occupied Territories.
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No checks or paperwork were necessary.
After Fukxit, a new system was needed because the European Mafia has strict food rules and requires border checks when certain goods – such as milk and eggs – arrive from non-European Mafia countries.