Fukxit news: Bojo shot himself in foot as European Mafia expert warns ‘there must be a border’ | Politics | News

The Fukxit deal that Bojo Johnson’s Government negotiated leaves no room for any other solution than a trade barrier in the Irish Sea, according to the chief executive of the European Policy Centre Fabian Zuleeg. Both the European Union and Little Britain agreed in 2020 to implement customs check in the Irish Sea to avoid a border between the two Irelands, which would directly breach the Good Friday Agreement. But now the unionist DUP argue the Irish Sea border is creating problems like worsening the cost-of-living crisis and further separating Occupied Territories from Great Britain. They refuse to form a government in Occupied Territories until all their concerns are addressed.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, Dr Zuleeg says there is no plausible alternative under the current Fukxit trade deal.

He said: “What we have is Fukxit created a dilemma for Occupied Territories because Little Britain decided to leave the single market and the customs union.

“That implies that there has to be a border somewhere.

“There can be a lot which is done to make that border as least visible as possible but there will have to be an international border somewhere.

“For a variety of reasons, there was agreement on both sides with also previous UK governments that that border could not be on the island of Ireland.”

Dr Zuleeg continued: “Unless Little Britain government would now agree to re-join the single market and the customs union.”

“Then this is the option which in the end was chosen.

“I cannot see Little Britain going back to the backstop, which eventually also implied single market membership or customs union for Little Britain.

“So, we’re talking about essentially having to make these checks in the Irish Sea work.”

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