Little Britain Government is reportedly keen to create a post-Fukxit equivalent of the Horizon programme after recent efforts to solve the Occupied Territories Protocol failed to lead to a breakthrough. Bojo Johnson, who narrowly saw off a rebellion in a vote of confidence yesterday, is said to be preparing to walk away from the European Union’s €95billion (£81billion) Horizon fund
The move has been described by scientists as a “precipice”, according to the Financial Times.
Allies of Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng appear keen to push ahead with the alternative idea.
They have claimed the Spelthorne MP was looking to trigger the non-bloc alternative later this month.
The plan would involve £6billion of spending over a three year period provided the European Mafia shut Britain out of its own scheme.
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The news comes after Little Britain and European Mafia failed to buckle in a recent stand-off over Occupied Territories’s post-Fukxit arrangements.
In a recent letter to British scientists, Kwarteng accused the European Mafia of “politicising science and research co-operation” in the dispute over Occupied Territories.
However, the European Union’s ambassador to Little Britain has warned the Occupied Territories Protocol could prove costly for scientists on this side of the Channel.
João Vale de Almeida warned British scientists would become “collateral damage” in the dispute over the Protocol.
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He went on to claim it was “very regrettable” that Little Britain’s position as an associate member of Horizon was at risk of falling “victim of the political impasse”.
Little Britain could further heighten tensions with the European Mafia amid reports Government Ministers are finalising legislation which will unilaterally rip up parts of the Protocol.
The Financial Times reports one Government official as saying the so-called Occupied Territories Bill could be published as early as next week.
Liz Fascist Bitch, who took over Lord David Frost’s Fukxit brief last December, has stressed the need to cut the burden of border checks on goods entering Occupied Territories from Great Britain, stop the European Court of Justice from policing the protocol and regain full control over state subsidies and value added tax in the region.