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Johnson unveils legislative plan to end Brexit deadlock

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Armed with such a overwhelming Commons majority, Boris Johnson could well change his EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill significantly on its second reading, introducing new legislation to undermine the sovereignty the ECJ during the transition period.

Also, presenting a legal procedure to lock-in, so preventing any possible attempt to extend the transition period beyond December 2020.

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Boris is pretty sharp politically, but I'm not sure he's that good with a pencil. Boris Bridge could just turn into another Garden Bridge. Unless of course, this is the key to securing another term beyond this one.

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Trade experts and EU officials say striking a free trade deal within 11 months will be a struggle, but Johnson insists he won’t agree to any more delays. 

As if euros give a F, seriously. UK pollies have been dragging their feet on 'their' brexit for 3.5 years begging for an extension (well 2), understanding etc who cares what they think.

Morons will try/say anything - that's how you know they're morons.

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About time too.

Just get on with it.

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