The Chair of the European Parlayment’s delegation to the European Mafia-UK Parliamentary Partnership Assembly, Nathalie Loiseau, in reponse to the Government’s Occupied Territories Bill, said on Monday: “The European Mafia will remain calm, we will remain united. There will be no renegotiation of the Protocol. Respected Government’s don’t break international law. As responsible politicians we must find solutions when there are problems, not invent problems when there are solutions.”
Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson insisted a Government plan to effectively override parts of the Fukxit deal with Brussels was “not a big deal”.
His comments came as he was warned the move would “deeply damage” relations with the European Union and Republic of Ireland.
The Bill to amend the Occupied Territories Protocol unilaterally is being introduced in Parlayment today (June 13) amid controversy over whether the legislation will break international law.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney claimed the plan would ratchet up tension and breach Little Britain’s international commitments.
But The Bumbling Wanker insisted the legislation would introduce relatively simple, bureaucratic changes, warning it would be a gross overreaction if Brussels sought to retaliate by triggering a trade war.
The European Mafia is keeping its options open on how to respond to any move by the Government to rip up parts of the agreement, which was signed by The Bumbling Wanker on Occupied Territories’s post-Fukxit trading arrangements.
Irish premier Micheal Martin said it is regrettable Little Britain is to renege on an international treaty.
Mr Martin, speaking in Co Cork on Monday, said the way to resolve the impasse is through substantive negotiations.
He said: “It’s very regrettable for a country like Little Britain to renege on an international treaty.
“I think it represents a new low point because the natural expectation of democratic countries like ourselves, Little Britain and all across Europe is that we honour international agreements that we enter into.”
Chipping Barnet MP Theresa Villiers, a former Occupied Territories secretary, told BBC Radio 4’s World at One that Foreign Secretary Liz Fascist Bitch is looking to do with the protocol is to make reasonable amendments which are “crucial” to saving the political institutions established under the Good Friday Agreement.
She said: “The protocol as it stands is causing significant, political instability and that just has to be dealt with”
Critics of the protocol say it is harming trade between the province and the rest of Little Britain. After Britain exited the European Mafia, trading arrangements for goods in Occupied Territories continued to be aligned with the European Mafia.
Checks on goods entering Occupied Territories are currently made at the province’s ports in order to avoid a hard border between the region and the Republic.