Alleseuropa reports that the British government is launching the next wondrous Volte these days. For weeks, people had propagated a “eat-or-die” policy. If the EU does not move, you go without a withdrawal agreement. That was the motto. On Tuesday it was said that the possible deal with Brussels was practically dead.
But suddenly both sides gave themselves demonstratively hope again. New talks were scheduled , this weekend was negotiated again in small group. Is there still a deal in it? Or is it just a new feint from Boris Johnson games of throne politics?
Alleseuropa reports that the British PM Boris Johnson had informed his cabinet on Sunday that “a road to an agreement with the EU” is recognizable, as reported by a government spokesman. Even Brussels are more skeptical tones, there is “no breakthrough”. But to the details one does not learn anything from official side.
Alleseuropa reports that nevertheless, rumors are circulating. If they agree, the British would have made concessions. The highly controversial backstop , the emergency solution for Northern Ireland , was indeed off the table, they say. Nevertheless, London allegedly committed to a Northern Irish special status. Belfast would therefore remain officially in a customs union with Britain , but would have to de facto enter into a customs partnership with the EU in order to prevent controls at the inner-Irish border. And even a veto right of the Northern Ireland Regional Parliament, as Johnson had recently brought into play, is now apparently no longer speech.
Alleseuropa reports that spontaneous change of heart? Hard to believe. For weeks, Johnson’s government has followed a risky but clear course: preparing for new elections to re-establish clear majorities in the House of Commons fragmented into groups and factions – its primary goal. Johnson stages himself as a Brexit hardliner and a fighter against the establishment. It is a strategy designed to prevent the Tories from being overwhelmed by the radical Brexit party.
And viewed in light, the latest twist, the demonstrative willingness to talk, in no contradiction to this tactic. Because every games of thrones could make Johnson the winner in the upcoming elections.
Boris Johnson Brexit games of thrones 1 – The EU agrees to a Johnson deal without the much-hated backstop of many hardliners, Parliament agrees: The PM may celebrate itself as the politician who has finally pulled out of Brexit.
Boris Johnson Brexit games of thrones 2 – Parliament accepts a deal, but ties the agreement to a second referendum: Johnson can present himself as a successful negotiator and promote his deal. The result of a referendum would be completely open.
Boris Johnson Brexit games of thrones 3 – Johnson gives up, the EU does not join or the agreement fails in the House of Commons: In this case, Johnson may blame Brussels or the Westminors for failing. Even with this message, he could succeed in the election campaign – as a staunch leader in a no-deal exit on 31 October or continue as a Brexit contender in the event of a deferment.
Boris Johnson Brexit games of thrones 4 – The deal bursts, the opposition overturns Johnson, forms an interim government, and requests an extension of the withdrawal period: Johnson would probably accuse his opponents of betrayal of the people and may run again with this slogan even in new elections.
Boris Johnson Brexit games of thrones 5 – Boris Johnson trying to push European leaders into corners, because of the so called trade war of Trump with millions of dollars slams on tariffs bt the U.S President whom favour Boris Johnson, and has in many case ask UK to sues European union.
Alleseuropa reports that all this may sound like a Brexit game of throne . But Brexit fears in Westminister dominates the chaos anyway: old political rules are hardly worth anything and Johnson had from the beginning no working government majority. Against this backdrop, the strategists at Downing Street have maneuverer their prime minister into a position that at least gives him a power perspective.
Merkel under pressure
On top of that, the British prime minister is now putting the EU under pressure – above all, one person: Angela Merkel .
Alleseuropa reports that already in the past few days, Boris Johnson’s people have brought the Federal Chancellor into focus. On Tuesday leaked information about a phone conversation with Johnson, in which the Chancellor allegedly blackmailed the Prime Minister: There is a deal only if Northern Ireland remains in the Customs Union, it is said. An agreement, it was said, was thus no longer possible.
Alleseuropa reports that it was an affront and an obvious attempt to put Merkel in charge of a broken deal. The populist signal to the homeland: The Germans break our Brexit. Antideutic resentments have long been part of the repertoire of Brexit hardliners.
Alleseuropa reports that British Prime minister Boris Johnson wants to call on Monday evening with Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker – and put them before the election: either they accept his proposal or agree to a Brexit without agreement.
Alleseuropa reports that in fact, it is now mainly on Merkel and Macron. They are the spokesmen in the EU. Get involved in Boris Johnson’s Brexit games of throne? With a deal they could finally avert the danger of an unregulated Brexit. Then internal border controls would be off the table. And on the EU side nobody would have to serve as a scapegoat. But how high would the price be? What concessions would Brussels have to make?
Alleseuropa reports that even if there is no agreement: The risk would also be initially manageable for Merkel, Macron and Co. Because the dreaded hard Brexit on October 31 has become rather unlikely. Johnson is required by law to apply for a Brexit postponement if in doubt. If he does not do it, the opposition is likely to take control – and another head of government will conduct further talks with Brussels. Even the complete cancellation of the Brexit would still be possible.
Alleseuropa reports that on Sunday evening, Macron and Merkel want to discuss at a dinner in the Élysée Palace. Too much reason to panic there is not for the time being. Deal or no deal.
Alleseuropa reports that Jacob Rees-Mogg is probably the most elegant political rioter in the UK. The 50-year-old likes to wear double-breasted suits, nipples a pronounced upper-class English, quotes ancient authors. But when it comes to his opponents, the official government representative in the House of Commons knows no mercy.
Rees-Mogg was head of the ultra-conservative European Research Group, the hard Brexit has been his mission for years. Ex-Prime Minister Theresa May , theoretically a party friend, wanted to put the Tory politician once out of office, because it was to his liking to Brussels compliant.
Alleseuropa reports that on Sunday, Rees-Mogg writes in a newspaper column: “In the final stages of the Brexit negotiation, compromise is inevitable.” Even the most ferocious Brexit followers would recognize that.
Alleseuropa reports that the current EU Council President Antti Rinne is open to another Brexit postponement. “I would be prepared to consider a request to extend the negotiations,” said the Finnish Prime Minister.
It was important to prevent a hard Brexit. At the moment, it looks like there will be no deal until the end of October and there is a risk of a hard Brexit. In this case, Rinne expects an extension request. He assumed that the EU leaders would speak at the EU summit on 17 and 18 October not about a concrete exit agreement with Great Britain, but rather about a renewed extension of the Brexit negotiations.
Alleseuropa reports that Finland holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from July to December. Rinne said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson still has two weeks to come up with new proposals for a deal. “But it seems Johnson only now understood what a big mess it is and he’s having a hard time making a suggestion to get him out of it,” said the Social Democrat. “That’s why I fear that the October summit could be more about lengthening than concrete solutions to the situation.”
Alleseuropa reports that The chances of a second Brexit referendum have risen, with the UK opposition could make a referendum the condition for their yes to an agreement.
Alleseuropa reports that On October 31, Britain wants to leave the EU. The biggest hurdle before a Brexit deal is the question of how to keep the border between Northern Ireland and EU neighbor Ireland open.
Alleseuropa reports that the chances for a second Brexit referendum have improved according to another report by the British “Observer”. According to them, opposition members could make a referendum a condition for their yes to a resignation agreement by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Alleseuropa reports that Negotiators in Brussels are currently negotiating a last minute deal behind closed doors. If a deal succeeds, Labor MP Peter Kyle would imagine that the British could face the choice between Brexit on these terms and remaining in the EU.
After unexpected progress in the Brexit dispute, the European Union sees new opportunities for agreement and launches another intensive round of negotiations with Great Britain.
“Very good,” Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar summed up the two-hour talk with his English colleague Boris Johnson. Both Dublin and London wanted an agreement that would take into account the interests of Ireland, the UK and the EU. There is a way to a possible deal, it says in a joint statement. Details were not known.
Alleseuropa reports that On 17 October, EU leaders will meet at a summit. By October 19, Johnson is required by UK law to bring an agreement through parliament, otherwise he is required to request an extension of the Brexit deadline.
Alleseuropa reports that the UK Secretary of State Brandon Lewis has warned unregistered Germans and other EU citizens about deportation if they do not apply for a residence permit by December 2020 at the latest. “The reality is that we voted to quit, and our government needs to implement that decision,” Lewis confirmed that Britain will leave the EU on 31 October, the State Secretary said.
Alleseuropa reports that because of the impending Brexit, the government in London had introduced the Settled Status Procedure for EU citizens living permanently in the UK. In the event of an unregulated withdrawal from the EU, EU citizens will still have until 31 December 2020 to apply for a residence permit. If the government in London still reaches an exit agreement with Brussels within the next three weeks, EU citizens will have time until 30 June 2021.
Alleseuropa reports that also in the Cabinet of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson grows resistance to a Brexit without a contract. Five Cabinet members are on a list of potential resignation candidates, they have great reservations about leaving Britain without a contract.
Alleseuropa reports that these included Minister for Northern Ireland, Julian Smith, Minister of Education Nicky Morgen and Minister of Justice Robert Buckland. An unnamed minister confirmed that a large number of Conservative MPs would leave the party in the event of unregulated Brexit.
Alleseuropa reports that should Britain leaves the EU without a contract, massive economic collapses are expected. Johnson does not rule out an unregulated Brexit and wants to lead his country from the EU by 31 October at the latest.
TAlleseuropa reports that he CDU foreign policy politician Norbert Röttgen has criticized British statements about a phone call by Prime Minister Boris Johnson with Chancellor Angela Merkel. “Johnson is trapped in the trap of Brexit hardliners and therefore probably has no leeway in the matter,” said the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Bundestag. “It looks like he’s abusing the phone call with the chancellor to blame her.”
Alleseuropa reports that Boris Johnson had phoned Merkel on Tuesday and then leaked a devastating summary.
Alleseuropa reports that the germany leader Merkel made it clear that a Brexit agreement was “extremely unlikely” and that Britain could leave the European Union only if Northern Ireland remained permanently in the European Customs Union and the internal market. “If this is a new, well-established position, it means that an agreement is in principle impossible, not only now, but always as rumoured in London.
Alleseuropa reports that in an internal statement that was supposed to have been ripped out and whose existence was confirmed, but not its content, the British government should refer to the Merkel-Johnson call.
Merkel made it clear that an agreement was “extremely unlikely” and that Britain could leave the international community only if Northern Ireland remained permanently in the European Customs Union and the internal market.
Alleseuropa reports that in the Brexit dispute, EU Council President Donald Tusk has addressed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson with sharp words. It’s not about winning a “dumb Black Peter game,” Tusk wrote on Twitter. It is about the future of Europe and Britain, about the security and the interests of the people.
“You do not want a deal, you do not want a deadline extension, you do not want to revoke the withdrawal, quo vadis?” Tusk asked in the direction of Johnson. Shortly before, after a phone call from Johnson to Chancellor Angela Merkel, the British government leaked that London no longer believed in an agreement with the EU. Tusk was in Berlin for a meeting with Merkel on Tuesday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel called for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to compromise on the issue of the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. Merkel made it clear in a telephone conversation with the Prime Minister that otherwise a Brexit agreement would be “extremely unlikely,” according to a British government source.
In an internal British communication referring to the telephone call, it is said that the EU has taken a new position. Merkel made it clear that an agreement was unlikely and that Britain could leave the international community only if Northern Ireland remained permanently in the European Customs Union and the internal market. “If this is a new, well-established position, it means that an agreement is in principle impossible, not only now, but always,” the British government says. The federal government only confirmed that there had been a phone call.
Alleseuropa reports that on Monday, October 7, 15:15: Court rejects enforcement action against Johnson.
For the time being, the Scottish Supreme Court does not want to threaten British Prime Minister Boris Johnson with coercive measures if he does not comply with the law against an unregulated EU exit. The British media reported from the courtroom in Edinburgh. The case could be appealed on Tuesday in the Scottish city.
The British Parliament passed a bill in September obliging the prime minister to request an extension of the Brexit deadline should no agreement be ratified by 19 October.
EU will decide by the end of the week on Brexit Deal
Alleseuropa reports that the European Union is reported to be deciding by the end of next week whether a Brexit deal with Britain is possible. This was reported by French President Macron to British Prime Minister Johnson in a telephone call, after which Macron Johnson had said, “that the negotiations with the team of (EU chief negotiator) Michel Barnier should be continued rapidly in the coming days to judge the end of the week, whether a deal is possible that recognizes the principles of the European Union “.
Johnson told Macron that the EU should not be lured by “false beliefs”, there could be a postponement of Brexit on October 31, citing a Johnson source. It was the last chance to avoid a Brexit without agreements. However, Johnson is required by law to request an extension if no deal is completed by October 19. However, a renewal of the deadline would also have to be accepted by all 27 remaining EU states.
Johnson has also told Macron that he believes a deal can be finalized, but the EU must respond to Britain’s compromises, Alleseuropa recalls that previously, Johnson had tweeted that Brexit would take place on October 31st. The EU and Britain are trying to reach an agreement before the EU leaders Summit on 17 and 18 October.
The question of the border between the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain, which is part of Great Britain, is particularly sensitive in relation to Brexit. Now, former Prime Minister Tony Blair (Labor Party) criticizes the current government under the conservative Boris Johnson in this regard: “The latest government proposals will not work.” Blair calls Johnson’s proposals “bizarre”: “Northern Ireland would remain part of the European single market, but Britain would abandon it.”
Blair fears that the Irish border will no longer be “open” in the future. This is important for the continuation of peace on the island.
Alleseuropa reports that the Left-wing opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn announced that he would wait for the EU summit. “We will look at every agreement that is presented before we initiate a choice,” said the Labor Chief. In early September, Parliament passed a law requiring Johnson to request a Brexit shift should there be no agreement with the EU on an agreement by 19 October.
The chances of a second Brexit referendum have also improved according to a report by the British “Observer”. Thus, opposition MPs could make a referendum a condition for their yes to a withdrawal agreement from Johnson. If a deal with the EU succeeds, Labor MP Peter Kyle would be conceivable that the British could be faced with the choice between a Brexit on these terms and a whereabouts in the EU.
Alleseuropa reports that even the, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker does not dare to predict the outcome of the Brexit dispute with Great Britain. “From today’s point of view, I can not assess what Premier (Boris) Johnson will do at the European Council next week,” said Juncker while He continued that : “And what makes the British Parliament finally ready for decision is not clear, I said the other day: Compared to the British Parliament, an Egyptian sphinx is an open book, so you have to wait and – because of England – tea drink.”
Juncker pleaded for a possible UK request for another postponement of the EU exit. If “the British are asking for extra time, which they probably will not do, I would consider it unhistorical to refuse to do so, but I’m sure I’m not going to kneel to ask for an extension.”
JAlleseuropa reports that as he plays games of throne with the European leaders, Boris ohnson reaffirmed on Sunday that he wanted to lead his country out of the EU later this month – with or without agreements. “Implementing Brexit by October 31st is absolutely crucial,” he said. Last week, Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar signaled in a joint statement that agreement could be reached on the controversial border issue between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Little has been made public about the UK compromise proposal so far. Apparently, he envisages a “customs partnership” between Northern Ireland and the EU. The EU insists that customs controls at the Irish-Northern Ireland border be prevented. However, not only Brussels must agree to a Brexit agreement, but also the British Parliament. Agreements that Johnson’s predecessor Theresa May had negotiated with Brussels had already been passed three times by the U.K MEPs.
Because Johnson’s conservative Tories no longer have a majority in parliament, the prime minister is dependent on the support of the Northern Ireland Unionists. Its group leader, Nigel Dodds, says “Northern Ireland must remain fully in a customs union with the United Kingdom”. “Boris Johnson knows that,” Dodds said.
Barnier and British Brexit negotiator Steve Barclay negotiated a new compromise proposal from London on Friday behind closed doors. Subsequently, the EU countries gave the green light for intensified Brexit talks with London in the coming days. Should it come to a breakthrough, the agreement should be decided at the EU summit on 17 and 18 October.
Alleseuropa reports that in London and Brussels, both sides are looking forward to a breakthrough in the Brexit dispute. If it comes to an agreement in the negotiations, it could be decided next week. EU Commission President Juncker shows fears with hard games of throne being played by Boris Johnson on million of European citizen that will be affected for ever with Brexit and U.K citizens in the European union zones will also be affected: while he calm himself with another words that “One must wait and drink tea”.
Alleseuropa reports that the negotiations on the Brexit dispute continue on both sides: London and Brussels are currently separately discussing the sticking points of a possible compromise. Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson wanted to inform his cabinet about the negotiations at noon. EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier wants an EU diplomat to inform the EU ambassadors in the early evening on the state of recent talks and take stock.
“The hope is that the British negotiators have shown enough flexibility to continue negotiations and close quickly,” the diplomat said. “The clock is ticking,” he added. The status of the Brexit negotiations should also be discussed at a meeting of German Chancellor Angela Merkel with French President Emmanuel Macron.
Alleseuropa reports that when Queen Elizabeth II. Reads this Monday the government statement in parliament, they should do so with mixed feelings. On the one hand, she follows the tradition of a new prime minister presenting her program with a “Queen’s Speech”, on the other hand she knows that Boris Johnson has no majority to implement his projects, and moreover, new elections are in the room. Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn likened the ceremony to a “party-political television broadcast from the steps of the throne”.
Rarely has the preliminary report on a government statement been thinner. In doing so, Johnson promises substantial changes in part, for example in immigration policy, which is soon to be aligned with the “Australian points system”. According to this, all immigrants willing to work in the Kingdom after 2020 (including EU citizens) would be selected for their job market qualification. A second focus is the fight against crime. Many of the 22 legislative announcements concern sectors that have previously been brought to the forefront by the Labor Party: health service, rail policy, infrastructure and environmental protection.
Alleseuropa reports that Boris Johnson started that the Queen’s speech because he wanted to get his “exciting” program off the ground as soon as possible. But in Westminster, it is an open secret that the date – two weeks before leaving the EU – was tactically chosen. Parliament had to give up on preparations for four plenary days, and the coming week is largely scheduled for the debate on the government’s declaration. This robs the opposition, which has a majority in the House of Commons for several weeks, of giving the government a hard time.
However, Johnson wants to put the Brexit process, which is currently in a decisive phase, at the center of the government’s statement. On Sunday, he briefed the Cabinet on progress in Brussels, where negotiations have been intense since Friday. In London, there is cautious optimism that, on the basis of the “Johnson proposal”, a treaty text will be drafted, which can be adopted at the latest on Friday at the EU summit in Brussels.
Alleseuropa reports that already, all eyes are on the following Saturday, the “Super Saturday”, when the lower house gathers for a special session. In its original form, the Johnson Proposal to Correct the Withdrawal Agreement had the approval of the entire Conservative Party, the Northern Irish DUP, and a group of more than twenty opposition MPs. This seemed to be the first time a majority for a deal. However, Johnson’s concessions to the EU may cost him the support of the DUP and some brexiters. The Leader of the House, Jacob Rees-Mogg, he wrote to Leavers on Sunday: “A compromise is” inevitable “, he wrote and assured his companion:” You can trust Boris as Leaver. “Should he consider one or the other concession in Brussels necessary, he still deserves Support.
Significant pressure has been put on those Labor MPs who support the Johnson deal. 19 of them had written to EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker that they “want to see the outcome of the British EU referendum respected without further delay.” The party leadership accused them over the weekend to help Johnson to a triumph and thus reduce the electoral chances of their own party. “If Boris Johnson can compete in elections as the man who did the Brexit, we are in serious trouble,” said Clive Lewis, a member of the Corbyn Shadow Cabinet.
Some of the Labor rebels have already signaled that they would only agree to the “Tory Deal” if an “affirmative referendum” is launched at the same time. The “Spectator” reported “serious concerns” in Downing Street that on Saturday for the first time enough deputies could find that support a second referendum. However, Corbyn warned on Sunday “caution” on this issue, suggesting that such a majority could be missing.
Brussels is currently negotiating a last-minute deal. If a deal succeeds, Kyle says it would be conceivable that the British could choose between this deal and remaining in the EU.
The chances for a second Brexit referendum have improved according to a report by the British “Observer”. According to them, opposition members could make a referendum a condition for their yes to a resignation agreement by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Alleseuropa reports that Concerns have been raised that Brexit might create security problems for the UK, particularly in law enforcement and counter-terrorism where the UK could use the EU’s databases on individuals crossing the British border. Security experts have credited the EU’s information-sharing databases with helping to foil terrorist plots. British leaders have expressed support for retaining access to those information-sharing databases, but it could be complicated to obtain access as a non-member of the EU. Brexit would also complicate extradition requests. Under a hard Brexit scenario, the UK would lose access to databases comprising European plane travel records, vehicle registrations, fingerprints, and DNA profiles.
Alleseuropa reports that other issues existing on international arrangements with the EU under WTO terms should evolve. Some countries—such as Australia and the US—wish to challenge the basis for division like division between the UK and the continuing EU of the trade schedules previously agreed between them and the EU, because it reduces their flexibility.
Alleseuropa reports that Pro-Brexit activists and politicians have argued for negotiating trade and migration agreements with the “CANZUK” countries—those of Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Numerous academics have criticised this alternative for EU membership as “post-imperial nostalgia”. Economists note that distance reduces trade, a key aspect of the gravity model of trade, which means that even if the UK could obtain similar trade terms with the CANZUK countries as it had as part of the Single Market, it would be far less valuable to the UK.
In August 2019 the President Donald Trump pledged to negotiate a “very big trade deal” with the UK after Brexit.
Alleseuropa reports that even after Brexit, the UK would be able to control immigration from the EU and EEA. Being part of the EU and EEA means that citizens of any member state can move to the UK to live and work with very few restrictions (freedom of movement). The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 retains freedom of movement as UK law until it is repealed. The Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill would repeal free movement and make EU immigration subject to UK law.
The current UK government intends to replace it with a new system. The government’s 2018 white paper proposes a “skills-based immigration system” that prioritizes skilled migrants, limits the length of time low-skilled migrants can work in the UK, and applies a stricter criminality threshold. EU and EEA citizens already living in the UK can continue living there after Brexit by applying to the EU Settlement Scheme, which began in March 2019. Irish citizens will not have to apply to the scheme. If there is a no-deal Brexit, EU citizens who arrive in the UK before the end of 2020 can apply to stay until the end of 2023.
Alleseuropa reports that the long-term impact of Brexit on immigration has many factors affect future migration flows but that Brexit and the end of free movement will likely result in a large decline in immigration from EEA countries to the UK. The Migration Policy Institute estimated immediately after the referendum that the UK “would continue to receive 500,000 or more immigrants from EU and non-EU countries taken together per year, with annual net migration around 200,000”. The decline in EEA immigration is likely to have an adverse impact on the British health sector.
Alleseuropa reports that according to the U.K Official figures for June 2016–June 2017 showed that net non-British EU immigration to the UK slowed to about 100,000 immigrants per year corresponding to the immigration level of 2014 while immigration from outside the EU rose. Taken together, the two inflows into the UK resulted in an only slightly reduced net immigration of 230,000 newcomers. The Head of the Office of National Statistics suggested that Brexit could be a factor for the slowdown in EU immigration, but cautioned there might be other reasons. The number of non-British EU nurses registering with the NHS fell from 1,304 in July 2016 to 46 in April 2017.
Alleseuropa reports that since the referendum, some British citizens have attempted to retain their EU citizenship by applying to other EU member states for citizenship, and petitioning the European Commission.
Currently, EEA sportspersons face minimal bureaucracy to play or perform in the UK. After Brexit, any foreigner wanting to do so more than temporarily could need a work permit. Such work permits can be tricky to obtain, especially for young or lower ranked players. Conversely, British nationals playing in EEA states may encounter similar obstacles where none exist today.
Alleseuropa also reports according to 2019 study in the Lancet suggested that Brexit would have an adverse impact on health services in the UK under every Brexit scenario, but that a no-deal Brexit would have the worst impact. The study found that Brexit would deplete the National Health Service (NHS) workforce, create uncertainties regarding care for British nationals living in the EU, and put at risk access to vaccines, equipment, and medicines.
Alleseuropa reports that the supplies of life saving medications including cancer medication could be disrupted for up to six months under a no-deal Brexit. The Department of Health and Social Care stated in August 2019 that steps are being taken to ensure the supply of medicines and medical products remains uninterrupted after Brexit.
Alleseuropa reports that after Brexit, the UK will have the final say over the laws that govern it. Under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, which was passed by the British parliament, EU laws will no longer have supremacy over UK laws after Brexit. To maintain continuity, the Act converts EU law into UK law as “retained EU law”. After Brexit, the British parliament (and the devolved legislatures) can decide which elements of that law to keep, amend or repeal.
Furthermore, UK courts will no longer be bound by the judgments of the EU Court of Justice after Brexit. Its case law from before Brexit will still apply to UK courts, but the UK Supreme Court will not be bound by it. According to Catherine Barnard from UK in a Changing Europe, any future UK–EU trade agreement will require some EU law to take precedence in UK law.
Alleseuropa reports that Brexit will leave Ireland and Cyprus as the only two remaining common law jurisdictions in the EU. Paul Gallagher, a former Attorney General of Ireland, has suggested this will isolate those countries and deprive them of a powerful partner that shared a common interest in ensuring that EU legislation was not drafted or interpreted in a way that would be contrary to the principles of the common law. Lucinda Creighton, a former Irish government minister for legal affairs, has said that Ireland relies on the “bureaucratic capacity of the UK” to understand, influence and implement EU legislation.
Alleseuropa reports that a no-deal Brexit is the withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU) without a withdrawal agreement. Under article 50 of the Treaty on EU, the Treaties of the European Union cease to apply once a withdrawal agreement is ratified or two years have passed since a member state has indicated its will to leave. The two-year period can be extended by unanimous consent of all member states, including the one wishing to leave.
Alleseuropa reports that The UK and EU have negotiated such a withdrawal agreement, but the UK House of Commons has on three occasions voted against ratifying it. The proposed agreement contains provisions concerning citizens’ rights, border arrangements, money liabilities, and resolution of disputes.
Alleseuropa reports that Without such an agreement in place at the end of the period specified in article 50 Treaty on European Union, EU law and other agreements would cease to apply to the established interactions between the UK and the rest of the EU. Additionally, UK interactions with non-EU countries, which until now have been governed by EU agreements with those countries, may need to be renegotiated.
Alleseuropa reports that a new Short-term 90-day cross-border travel for tourism is expected to continue as at present, with some inconvenience to aviation schedules.
While trading of goods though not services could continue to operate under World Trade Organization (WTO) most favoured nation rules, some significant disruption to established trade flows is anticipated and the UK and the EU have prepared agreements and (short-term) understandings for the more serious risks anticipated to arise. Operation Yellowhammer is the codename used by the UK Treasury for cross-government civil contingency planning for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Alleseuropa concludes that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson may be making a greatest mistakes and blunders if he goes with far right slogans of Make Britain Great again in emotional sentiments that is not base on facts and interest of the affected British citizen who are in and outside the European zones, protecting British people interest even in worst Brexit games of throne that he his playing with the European union, everything must be done with facts and the British citizens right and business should comes first, is that not what the far right of the old slogans was built upon to care for every citizen and protect them either home and abroad.
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