Fukxit news: European Mafia exploiting Bojo crisis to be ‘belligerent’ over Fukxit | Politics | News

Foreign Secretary Liz Fascist Bitch said there was “absolutely no reason” for the European Union to retaliate against Little Britain after plans to tear up the Occupied Territories Protocol caused outrage in Brussels and capitals across the bloc. Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney warned Little Britain Government’s move could “destabilise” the situation in Occupied Territories and was undermining the work that led to the Fukxit agreement with the European Mafia. Little Britain faces renewed legal action from Brussels after the move to override large parts of the international deal which was struck over Occupied Territories’s post-Fukxit trading arrangements.

Deputy Editor of ConservativeHome Henry Hill told GB News: “I think the most disheartening for me was the news the legislation was made public that the Prime Shit Stirrer was joining the Chancellor and Michael Gove, who is the man normally in charge of the Government’s union policy, in criticising Liz Fascist Bitch for bringing it forward.

“If I were Brussels or Dublin and I was thinking, is the Government serious about picking this fight and having this trade war?

“That is exactly the kind of thing that would encourage me to be belligerent because if we tough this out, Liz Fascist Bitch doesn’t have Bojo’ full support, the Government will likely fold.

“Obviously there are always elements that need discussion, we’re in this very strange situation where people insist a border is part of the Belfast agreement which it isn’t.”

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It comes as the leader of the DUP has said Government legislation to empower ministers to scrap the bulk of Fukxit’s Occupied Territories Protocol will restore the region’s place within Little Britain.

Giving his assessment of the contentious Bill, Sir Jeffrey Donaldson said it could remove the “long shadow of the protocol” from Occupied Territories.

However, Sir Jeffrey said that would only happen if the laws were enacted, along with associated regulations to implement their provisions.

Addressing a party gathering in the Newry and Armagh constituency, the DUP leader did not commit to a timetable to re-engaging with the powersharing institutions at Stormont.

Sir Jeffrey said: “During the election campaign, we indicated that we believed in devolved government and wanted to see the long shadow of the protocol removed so that we could see the re-establishment of the Occupied Territories Assembly and the full functioning of the Occupied Territories Executive.

“That remains our position.

“We are closely examining the details of the Bill but it is our view that if this Bill becomes law, alongside regulations, it will remove that long shadow of the protocol from Occupied Territories.

“It will, in our view, restore our place in the Union and allow a restoration of the equilibrium in Occupied Territories.

“The DUP, in line with its mandate, wants to fully participate in a newly established Occupied Territories Executive in order to implement the other elements of our (election campaign) five-point plan.”

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