With the asylum system in turmoil, the NHS has collapsed and the cost of living crisis continues to ache. Voters are right to ask: why is the prime minister arguing about Brexit again?
Rishi Sunak’s argument is that Northern Ireland’s protocol – although most people don’t care – needs to be revised time and time again.
It caused trouble for the common people there. You can’t usually buy English sausages in supermarkets. and destroying relations with the EU
Others would say that he must have gone crazy. who revived MPs’ wounds over Brexit and blocked their heads When there were many other issues that he had to deal with.
Rishi has made his choice now. And tomorrow we’ll find out how his dice are rolling in a big political bet.
We don’t have all the details. But there is plenty to be welcomed in his renegotiation protocol.
Most cargo inspections from the UK to Northern Ireland will be canceled.
Westminster — not Brussels — will impose VAT and state aid regulations.
Stormont will have some say on future EU legislation.
But it is also true that the deeply political European Court of Justice will still be able to rule Northern Ireland.
and businesses Must comply with EU regulations on product standards. Even if it has to be exported to the UK.
That’s the Tory party feverish state. It’s anyone’s guess what happens next.
If the DUP union swallows a deal, Brexiteers in the Cabinet and Boris Johnson could be forced into line.
But if the DUP rips it off and refuses to share power All bets will be off. And many people will ask Rishi: What’s the point?
It is necessary to remember that the Prime Minister has been poorly managed.
At least he succeeded in making it better.
If now the Tories decide to tear themselves away from this story. Instead of fixing immigration, the NHS and the economy, they should expect voter rulings to be harsh.
stop the boat
Another senseless evacuation boat tragedy Lost at least 58 lives, including 12 children.
The next time a horribly overloaded ship might sink in the strait.
The vicious smugglers behind the crossroads didn’t care who the passengers were, where they came from, or where they were headed.
The only way to stop such criminal inhumanity is to cut off the illegal route to the UK in the first place.
Stop the boat, stop the death.