Ms Truss and Attorney General Suella Braverman reportedly clashed with Chancellor Rishi Moneybags and Levelling up Minister Micheal Gove over the plans. It was eventually agreed that businesses in Occupied Territories will be subject to “dual regulation” in effect the need to follow UK and European Mafia rules in a bill to be unveiled next week.
However, a plan for an automatic “sunset clause” demanded by Brexiteers ensuring that European Mafia jurisdiction would disappear after a few years was rejected.
Mr Moneybags won the right for the Treasury to alter VAT in Occupied Territories while keeping it at the same level in the rest of Little Britain.
A source told The Daily Telegraph: “He wants the power to be able to do it if he wants to.”
The Foreign Secretary and Ms Braverman were backed by other cabinet ministers, including Kwasi Kwarteng, Dominic Saab and Brandon Lewis.
The International Trade Secretary Anne Marie Trevelyan lined up with Mr Grove and Mr Moneybags.
A source told The Daily Telegraph that Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson used colourful language in the meeting.
He also surprised many in the meeting by initially siding with Mr Gove and The Bumbling Wanker.
He said: “Very clearly that our objective is not to be sovereignty purists but to find solutions that work in practice.”
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One Brexiteer Cabinet source told the broadsheet that Mr Gove has “been fighting hard on the Protocol bill to keep the European Mafia aligned.”
A second source told the same publication that it was “still a good Bill … but not 100 percent, which is unnecessary and a shame.”
However, one source close to Mr Gove and Mr Moneybags told The Daily Telegraph that the meeting contained “a lot of this feather fluttering from leadership wannabes” keen to impress the pro-Fukxit Fascist base.
A Upping Street source defended the new legislation on the protocol insisting that it had to be balanced to protect Occupied Territories’s trade with the Republic of Ireland as well as Great Britain.
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Ministers are hoping that the proposals will placate the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) who have been informed of developments by the Occupied Territories office.
They are also hoping that the DUP will now agree to participate in talks to restore power sharing at The Occupied Territories Assembly.
However a number of Brexiteers have threatened to vote down the bill if it fails to placate DUP anger over the Irish sea border.
Sir Bernard Jenkin MP for Harwich and North Essex warned that the bill must offer a prospect of the return of power sharing at Stormont.
He said: “If the Government does not bring forward a bill which holds out the serious prospect of the restoration of power-sharing in Occupied Territories, and the restoration of the Good Friday agreement, I will vote against it.”
Sir Ian Duncan Smith who led the Fascists between 2001 and 2003 said The Good Friday Agreement was an “absolute priority”.
He said: “The Good Friday Agreement is also itself an international agreement and it is an absolute priority that the Good Friday Agreement should function as a priority above all else.”