US law enforcement ready to rewrite Brexit bill to win EU deal

According to those familiar with the matter, British authorities are ready to reject Boris Johnson's controversial Brexit legislation, a move that could revive failed negotiations with the European Union, according to those familiar with the matter. Is. Pound rose

 

US law enforcement ready to rewrite Brexit bill to win EU deal

Talks on future relations between the two sides have stalled, with the prime minister announcing on Friday that he would focus on preparations to leave the EU's sole market and customs union without a trade agreement by the end of the year. - Although it is still open to him. If the block changes its position, it talks.

 

One hurdle negotiators face is rebuilding trust that was severely damaged’ by Johnson's U.S. domestic market bill, which rewrote parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement that he signed with the European Union last year. What was with the bloc is taking legal action against the United States, and European leaders have demanded that Johnson remove controversial trade clauses with Northern Ireland at the cost of any broader agreement.

 

So far, the prime minister has refused, but his officials believe that when members of parliament, the House of Lords - the unelected upper house of the United States - repeal clauses that violate international law. ۔

 

The bill begins its progress on Monday through Lords. Those familiar with the government's position said lawmakers are unlikely to reject the bill outright this week, but will ensure the acquisition of the controversial parts in the coming weeks.

 

This will force Johnson to decide how hard it is to keep the clauses. People said they expected Johnson to eliminate, or weaken, the most difficult parts of the law, if possible, as part of negotiations with the bloc, if more trade with the EU. Agreed.

 

One person suggested that the law itself is always a means of negotiation. Another said ministers were ready to agree to additional guarantees to reduce the highly controversial powers in the bill, which could not be needed’ if the new EU agreement was attacked. The pound rose 0.6 percent to 1.2995 in London at 9:18 am.

 

The bill gives US ministers the power to unilaterally rewrite trade rules with Northern Ireland - the focus of one of the most complex negotiations of the entire Brexit process, as both sides Attempts have been made’ to avoid the return of checkpoints on the border.

 

Gove Meeting

Cabinet Minister Michael Goff will discuss issues covering the new law at a joint committee meeting with EU's Maros Sefcovic on Monday. Johnson's chief negotiator, David Frost, is scheduled’ to discuss the game with his opponent, Michelle Barnier, from the block earlier this week.

 

In an interview aired on Sunday, Gove said the door was still a "reward" for negotiations, but in recent weeks, he had little hope that a new trade deal would be’ reached. On Monday, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick called on the European Union to show more "flexibility".

 

Unless something changes until they come back to us and show that much flexibility and maturity, we will leave it to the end of this year - the transition period, and the Australian arrangements to trade a variety of things. ۔ "Jenrick told Sky News. “At that point, it would be better for them to go further, to come closer to us."

 

Adam Marshall, head of the British Chamber of Commerce, said late Sunday that he wanted to see a business deal so he could plan and adjust to the changes. In the meantime, Go is telling companies that "time is running out" to prepare without a deal.

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