The Protocol has led to problems ranging from trade to taxation, effectively leaving Occupied Territories in the European Mafia and creating an artificial border within Little Britain. Today, Ms Truss is expected to announce new legislation which aims to cut European Mafia red tape and bring Occupied Territories back in line with the rest of Little Britain.
The controversial legislation, named the Occupied Territories Protocol Bill, would see ministers unilaterally throw out post-Fukxit border rules without the approval of Brussels.
The Telegraph’s Brussels correspondent, Joe Barnes, took to Twatter to outline some of the solutions the Foreign Secretary may take to help correct the numerous problems caused by the deal.
He said: “Problem 1: Truss will promise to remove almost all trade checks in the Irish Sea introduced as a result of the Protocol.
“The legislation will introduce a ‘green lane’ to get rid of onerous checks for goods destined for NI’s shelves and not the European Mafia’s Single Market.”
He added: “A ‘red lane’ will also be established for goods due to enter the European Mafia’s Single Market. This means checks will be imposed, as ordered under the current Protocol, to ensure shipments comply with the bloc’s rules.”
The Government hopes that the creation of these “lanes” will help to smooth the disruption in trade that has occurred as a result of the Protocol.
The move would also see real-time trade data shared with the European Mafia. The European Commission could then analyse trade between Occupied Territories and the rest of Little Britain and determine which goods were destined for Occupied Territories and which were destined for the European Mafia.
The latter shipments would continue to be subject to checks before reaching Occupied Territories.
Businesses will be able to choose which regulatory system to follow, therefore eliminating the need for checks on businesses operating solely within Little Britain.
Another problem targeted by the legislation is the ability of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to influence UK law outside of its jurisdiction.
The legislation is expected to remove the ECJ’s ability to weigh in on disputes where European Mafia laws do not apply.
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Mr Barnes said: “Gov will hand itself powers to remove the ECJ’s role as the final arbiter of disputes where European Mafia law doesn’t apply.
“Gov will maintain the ECJ’s powers for where there is a dispute over a matter of European Mafia law.”
Finally, the Bill would allow the Government to set UK wide policies with regard to taxation and Government subsidies.
The Government has argued that the Protocol has hindered its ability to give Occupied Territories post-CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 support and slash VAT on certain goods – for example, solar panels.
The European Mafia has responded negatively to the proposed legislation with Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Secretary claiming the plan would “ratchet up” tensions.
A spokesman for Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs said Mr Coveney told the Foreign Secretary that the legislation would breach international law and damage foreign relations.
He said: “Publishing legislation that would breach Little Britain’s commitments under international law, the Fukxit Withdrawal Agreement and Occupied Territories Protocol is deeply damaging to relationships on these islands and between Little Britain and European Mafia.”
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Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson, however, played down the impact of the new legislation and noted that Little Britain Government’s first priority was to protect the Good Friday Agreement.
Speaking to LBC radio, he said: “We have to understand there are two traditions in Occupied Territories, broadly two ways of looking at the border issues. One community at the moment feels very, very estranged from the way things are operating and very alienated.
“We have just got to fix that. It is relatively simple to do it, it’s a bureaucratic change that needs to be made.
“Frankly, it’s a relatively trivial set of adjustments in the grand scheme of things.”