US News Fighting action to save the "made in Britain" sausage

10:50  26 november  2020
10:50  26 november  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

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  Branle-bas de combat pour sauver la saucisse « made in Britain » © Supplied by Le Point

After the cod, scallop and beef war between the United Kingdom and the European Union , the sausage "made in Britain" is at the heart of a new rat race between London and Brussels on the future post-Brexit relationship . The Battle of the Sausage marks a surge in national consciousness and a surge of patriotic fervor brilliantly harnessed by Boris Johnson against the backdrop of a drop in moorings with the EU on December 31.

At first glance, the screenplay for this new cross-Channel bickering appears to be taken from the 1970s satirical television series Yes Minister. One episode deals with the campaign of a blundering and wanton Secretary of State determined to save the British sausage against the European Commission's attempt to impose a "eurosausage".

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In reality, European regulations prohibit the import of prepared meats? sausages, but also burgers? floods frozen below 18 degrees. In the absence of a trade agreement, London could in retaliation ban the sale of German and Irish deli products that compete with local production on supermarket shelves.

General mobilization

As the end of the transition period approaches, with negotiations still at an impasse, the affair is on fire in the United Kingdom. "It's the sprinkler watered," rejoices the Europhobic Daily Telegraph, too happy to see the kingdom use European health legislation for its own purposes.

For Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the case is important.

Before being put on a diet by his young mate Carrie Symonds , the host at 10 Downing Street had a breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon and long, thin Lincolnshire or Yorkshire sausages every morning , accompanied by amply buttered toast crumbling under the orange marmalade. In addition, “BoJo” likes to serve his guests “bangers and mash” (sausages and mash with apples or tomatoes with an onion juice sauce). This dish, which reminds him of the invigorating food of the Eton boarding school dear to the aristocracy, where he studied high school, has the advantage of being inexpensive.

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In addition, the controversy sends Johnson back to his heyday in Brussels, where he served as the Daily Telegraph's correspondent with the European institutions at the end of the 1990s. His vitriolic pen against the Brussels bureaucracy had earned him the admiration of Margaret Thatcher. The right-wing people raised to the skies the denouncer of the pseudo-attempts of the Eurocrats to ban products dear to their compatriots? shape of cucumbers, taste of shrimp crisps or too high fat content of sausages. In addition, this inveterate patriot, eurosceptic for a long time, had crossed swords with Brussels during the ban on imports of British beef during the "mad cow" crisis, between 1996 and 2002.

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Giant sausage

During a meeting, held on November 20, with retail bosses worried about the effect of Brexit on the flow of food between Britain and Northern Ireland, the head of the Conservative government said bluntly that "nothing can stop the British sausage from being delivered to Belfast".

To top it off, Boris Johnson has agreed to sponsor the erection of a huge statue of a sausage in Yorkshire. The famous sculptor Sir Antony Gormley is said to have agreed to build the work. This bizarre project must fulfill its electoral promise to reduce the inequalities between the rich South and the poor North. Its name is in itself a whole program: "La saucisse du Nord".

In Sudan, Ethiopian refugees try to rebuild life in their camp .
© ASHRAF SHAZLY An Ethiopian refugee sells tea, in a transit camp in Sudan, November 26, 2020 Samarwat Tkhali, 10, has been walking around for a week the streets of "Village 8" in Sudan, where thousands of Ethiopians have taken refuge fleeing the war in Tigray. To survive, she sells the chocolate cakes bought by her father. In this miserable village, where some 15,000 Ethiopian refugees are crowded near the border, she approaches the people by asking them timidly: "Do you want to taste one?".

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