A final agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union is “very much possible” yet “far from certain”, Britain’s chief negotiator warned as he urged Brussels to abandon impossible demands.
Meanwhile, leading Brexiteers have called for Britain to “terminate” the Withdrawal Agreement because it gives “Brussels and its agencies continuing power over the UK for years to come”. They warn that if the agreement remains in place the UK will face years of “legal wrangling” and nothing less than “a nightmare on Brexit street”.
The Centre for Brexit Policy (CBP) argues that in order to safeguard “national independence” the present Withdrawal Agreement must be scrapped and replaced with a new treaty.
It warns: “We are now grappling with the dreadful consequences of acceding to a treaty that, if left unchanged, reduces the UK to the status of an EU colony.”
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