Cambridge for Europe condemns legislation to unilaterally change Northern Ireland Protocol

Jun 14, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

65% : It's obvious now that to 'get Brexit done' they lied to the people of Northern Ireland, to the EU, to parliament, and to the UK electorate.
54% : Simon Coveney said the new Bill "marks a particular low point in the UK's approach to Brexit" after a morning phone call with foreign secretary Liz Truss.
41% : There is no doubt that this legislation will break international law, risk further instability in Northern Ireland, and poison the relationship between the UK and EU.
34% : The government of the United Kingdom's decision to alter parts of the of the Northern Ireland Protocol - thereby breaking international law - will "risk further instability in Northern Ireland, and poison the relationship between the UK and EU", says Paul Browne, chair of Cambridge for Europe.
31% : The European Union has made clear that such steps would represent a breach of international law and could prompt retaliatory action from the bloc.

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