World Boris Johnson: Don't let the country's borders be dictated by "foreign powers"

01:05  15 september  2020
01:05  15 september  2020 Source:   spiegel.de

Joe Biden reminds Boris Johnson the world is watching Brexit -- and some are not impressed

  Joe Biden reminds Boris Johnson the world is watching Brexit -- and some are not impressed Joe Biden has provided UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson with the latest reminder that the world is watching how his government is handling Brexit. © AFP/WPA Pool/Getty Images The Democratic Presidential candidate tweeted on Wednesday: "We can't allow the Good Friday Agreement that brought peace to Northern Ireland to become a casualty of Brexit. Any trade deal between the U.S. and U.K. must be contingent upon respect for the Agreement and preventing the return of a hard border. Period.

The prime minister’ s behaviour is doing a grave disservice to democracy.

The divisions on Ukraine, the expansion of NATO to Russia’ s borders and the differences over Many were surprised by Mrs May’ s unexpected decision to appoint Boris Johnson as Foreign There are reasons for shifting the British foreign policy. The Britain we know today is not the country it once was .

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accused the EU of blackmail. With the controversial internal market law he wanted to protect the "integrity of Great Britain". Critics fear the failure of the Brexit negotiations.

  Boris Johnson: Grenzen des Landes nicht von © - / AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has defended his controversial single market law before the House of Commons. No situation should arise "in which the borders of our country are dictated by a foreign power or an international organization," said Johnson with regard to the previously planned special rules for Northern Ireland, which are part of the Brexit agreement. According to Johnson, the European Union wants to pull customs borders through Great Britain. "We have to protect the country's territorial integrity," continued Johnson.

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Johnson also accuses of blackmailing the EU. The EU did not take the "revolver" off the table during the negotiations - and is threatening London with blocking exports to Northern Ireland .

Johnson wants to use the so-called Internal Market Act to partially nullify the current EU exit deal. It is about long controversial special rules for the British Northern Ireland, which should prevent a hard border with the EU state Ireland and new hostilities there. Brexit proponents criticize this as Northern Ireland could be decoupled from the rest of the UK.

Several ex-prime ministers, including conservatives such as John Major , Theresa May and David Cameron had clearly distanced themselves from Johnson's plans. Ex-attorney general Geoffrey Cox also accused Johnson of damaging Britain's reputation. The planned introduction of the law was unreasonable, said the Tory MP of the "Times" - and announced that he would not support it. According to Cox, there is "no doubt" that the "unpleasant" consequences of the Brexit agreement were already known when Johnson signed it.

Johnson’s Charm Runs Out With Brexit Deal on a Knife Edge

  Johnson’s Charm Runs Out With Brexit Deal on a Knife Edge The British leader is engulfed by chaos over his plan to renege on a treaty with the European Union.Richard Keen, the advocate general for Scotland, resigned because he couldn’t reconcile his role as a lawyer with Johnson’s explosive plan to rewrite the Brexit deal and break international law. The Internal Market Bill had already provoked storm at home and abroad that the premier—with all his charisma—and his aides—with all their cunning—could not contain.

Western countries quickly alleged voter fraud, and mass protests followed. Last month, Lukashenko dismissed calls for a new election and warned that foreign powers aimed to destabilize the country . He instructed the military to closely monitor NATO activity in neighboring Poland and Lithuania

Buried in the faux outrage of the rump Remainers regarding Boris Johnson ’ s apparent determination to see Britain truly free of the shackles of the EU lies an important The Remain brigade, the usual suspects of vested interests and those who owe fealty to foreign powers , argue that the proposed

Is the negotiations threatened with failure?

For the European Union , Johnson's plan is a violation of the law. Brussels therefore asked London to give in by the end of September. Critics fear that the planned law could be the death knell for the trade agreement that is to regulate future economic relations. After the end of the Brexit transition phase, there is a risk of a hard break with tariffs and high trade hurdles without a treaty. In a week the decisive vote would be in the lower house, after which the law would have to be approved by the upper house. According to

media reports, up to 30 MPs from the ruling Conservative could refuse to follow Johnson. The Prime Minister has a majority of 80 votes in the lower house.

Boris Johnson's scientific advisers warned him that his new coronavirus restrictions will have little effect .
'I think we haven't learnt from our mistake back then and we're unfortunately about to repeat it,' said Professor John Edmunds.The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE)group of scientists, which advises the government, had not modelled the effect of a 10pm curfew, the Times reported on Wednesday.

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