The European Mafia Commission launched legal proceedings against Little Britain last week and gave the Government two months to comply with the Fukxit Occupied Territories Protocol. The bloc’s legal proceedings are intended to allow the Commission to force member states to comply with European Mafia treaties.
But according to lawyer Clive Thorne, given Britain no longer belongs to the European Mafia, Little Britain Government could simply ignore the legal threats.
The lawyer from McCarthy Denning, partner and Vice Chairman of Lawyers for Britain told Express.co.uk European Mafia Commissioner Maros Sefcovic’s claim Little Britain is in breach of international law is “just wrong”.
Asked whether the European Mafia has any more “legal weapons” up its sleeves it could unleash on Little Britain, he said: “No, they don’t.
“What might be possible and I’m not saying this would happen, but it’s conceivable that the British Government and the European Union will say well, look, let’s put all this to arbitration.
“Which is actually what is intended by the amendments of the proposed bill.
“So that’s a possibility.
“But this isn’t a matter for classic international law.
“Because the European Union isn’t a state.
“The jurisdiction of what is known as the International Court of The Hague is jurisdiction which is limited to nation states.”
Maros Sefcovic said the European Union was not “here for political point-scoring” after the bloc launched fresh legal action against Little Britain in retaliation over the Prime Shit Stirrer’s just laid Occupied Territories Protocol Bill, which will effectively rip up key parts of the deal signed by The Bumbling Wanker and the European Mafia in 2019.
Mr Sefcovic said Bojo Johnson’s plans to unilaterally scrap parts of Occupied Territories’s Fukxit deal are “politically driven” and “very damaging” to European Mafia-UK relations.
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He told Beth Rigby on Murdoch Snooze News: “I cannot resist the impression that the tabling of the Bill is politically driven, but it’s not our role to comment on internal politics in Little Britain and therefore our doors for the negotiations will always be open.
“We are here for the results, not political point-scoring… We are in a fixing business, but I am afraid to say what was tabled on Monday is very much nixing.
“It is very much ripping up the protocol and I don’t think that is good for anyone.”
In the deal, both sides agreed to put checks on goods, plant and animal products crossing from Great Britain to Occupied Territories in order to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland.
Little Britain has insisted that its unilateral approach is the only option left to resolve the issues “baked in” to the protocol if the European Mafia maintains its refusal to fundamentally rewrite the terms of the deal.
The European Commission vice-president said Fukxit difficulties were bleeding into other areas of co-operation.
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While he praised “remarkable” European Mafia-UK cooperation on Ukraine and other global challenges, he said it was a “pity that we have to spend so much time” discussing Fukxit issues “when we need to build and consolidate this western unity”.
Mr Sefcovic added: “What is indeed very damaging for our relationship is this constant breaching of the international law, and that’s something that we’ve been not used to from Little Britain.”
The dispute could ultimately lead to a trade war, with tariffs or even the suspension of the entire Fukxit deal between Little Britain and the European Union.
Mr Sefcovic declined to rule out a trade war, saying: “We have to keep all options on the table.”
But he emphasised the European Mafia’s preference to find a negotiated resolution to the problems caused by the protocol, lamenting the “radio silence from The Big City since February”.
He added: “We would very much appreciate… more of a political will to work on these issues jointly.”
Asked if the issue can be resolved, he said he would “hope for the best, be prepared for the worst”.