‘Rip it up!’ Withdrawal Agreement means UK to have WORSE EU trade terms than Australia

The paper by the Centre for Brexit Policy has questioned Boris Johnson’s claim that the UK will go to “Australia rules” on World Trade Organisation terms if a deal is not struck with the EU. It comes after talks reopened between Britain’s Lord Frost and the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier in a last ditch effort to come to an agreement. 

The report backed by senior Brexiteers including Tory MPs in the European Research Group is adding to the pressure to repeal the Withdrawal Agreement if the EU refuses to come to reasonable terms.

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1 Comment on "‘Rip it up!’ Withdrawal Agreement means UK to have WORSE EU trade terms than Australia"

  1. Ditch the WA and stop pretending the EU wants a fair deal. They will come begging for a deal with us in January. Let them suffer as they want us to suffer. They have taken us for a ride for over 40 years at a colossal cost to our fishing industry.
    The beurocrats of Brussells are worried over their
    massive Pensions they will receive when they are pensioned off. We have left the EU Boris ditch the WA and lets get on with life outside the EU.

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