No 10 never planned to stick to Brexit deal, Dominic Cummings claims

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Downing Street had always intended to “ditch” parts of the Brexit deal and Boris Johnson was “never a Scoobydoo”. Urges Brussels to rewrite the agreement.

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After months of dissatisfaction with the Northern Ireland Protocol, Brexit minister Lord Frost has threatened to unilaterally suspend the mechanism, negotiated just two years ago as part of the Brexit deal, unless the EU is effectively torn apart. And does not agree to change it.

Emphasizing that “we always sign treaties in good faith and intend to enforce them”, Lord Frost suggested on Tuesday that it would be the protocol governing trade between Great Britain and Northern Ireland for Brussels. But to not negotiate again would be a “historically wrong decision”.


But he was refuted by the prime minister’s now-late chief political aide, who claimed he always planned to “dig to the bits”. [of the deal] We didn’t like it after beating former Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn in the 2019 general election.

Mr Cummings’ remarks – which came as “too far-reaching” proposals by the European Union to fix the situation – were described as “very dangerous” by Ireland’s deputy prime minister, Leo Varadkar, who called on political leaders Warned not to enter into any agreement with the UK. government as long as they “trust they keep their promises”.

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The former Vote Leave campaigner, who masterminded Mr Johnson’s Brexit strategy during his first 16 months in Downing Street, has made several explosive claims about the prime minister as he was reportedly ranked No. 10 after a vicious power struggle “ever Was told not to return”.

As the UK escalated its fury over the Brexit deal on Tuesday, Mr Cummings described a situation in which “we took one party to almost 10 per cent” in the polls amid “the worst constitutional crisis” [a] century” and “totally f*****g negotiating position”, with “Brexit in name only” or a “deeper position” for a second referendum.

“So we freaked out [through] with the best option [could] and want to get [Mr Johnson] We didn’t like Corbin being killed. We prioritized,” he said on Twitter, in clear reference to the Brexit deal.

As the UK seeks to forge new global partnerships, Mr Cummings claimed that, regarding international law “for all”, countries “break it every week”, adding: “The idea is a symbol of morality that low grade Students are pushed by politics, they oppose lawyers/officers for obstructing politics.”

Describing lawyers as “hired help, not masters”, Mr Cummings said that while countries should generally stick to treaties, they should “definitely” sometimes break them. Just like the European Union, America, China and every other state does”.

He said his claims do not mean that the prime minister lied during the 2019 general election, when he repeatedly insisted that “there will be no borders under the Irish Sea”.

Instead, Mr Johnson “never cared about what the deal he signed” meant, not understanding it, until the eleventh hour of trade deal negotiations in November 2020 to the Customs Union. What meant to leave, and claimed in January of that year that he would “never have” signed a “Brexit withdrawal agreement” that Mr Cummings alleged “if I had understood it”.


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