UK sovereignty cannot be bargained away

By December 8, 2020February 18th, 2021No Comments

The bottom line is that UK sovereignty is non-negotiable.

And that is what the three interrelated so-called sticking points amount to in reality: the question whether the UK is entirely free to make its own decisions, now and in the future, on control of its territorial waters and fish stocks; free to make its own decisions on state subsidies to its existing and emerging new industries; free to have its own courts interpret the rules of any free trade agreements it chooses to make with other countries, notably including the twenty-seven EU countries; and free to break international law in the national interest where that law is manifestly unjust.

English Lives Matter. Rule, Britannia.

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