No chance! May prepares for EU standoff as she REJECTS ECJ’s ‘outrageous’ Brexit demands

1 Jul

“But we’ve also been clear that the direct jurisdiction of the ECJ in the UK must come to an end. The design of an implementation period will be addressed in the negotiations.”

However, influential Brexit campaign groups have argued that the UK must now be prepared to walk away.

John Longworth, co-chairman of Leave Means Leave, which is supported by 45 Tory MPs and MEPs, said: “It is outrageous that the EU is trying to bind Britain to the ECJ even after we have left the EU.

“When we leave the EU, we leave the ECJ and they will not be able to fine us for failing to fulfil their petty demands anymore.

“By behaving so irrationally the EU are pushing Britain closer to walking away from the negotiating table.”

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