5 former British PMs oppose Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill
By Clyde Hughes
Sept. 14 (UPI) – David Cameron on Monday became the fifth former British prime minister to voice concern for a proposal to override Britain’s withdrawal deal with the European Union.
Cameron, Britain’s leader from 2010 to 2016, said Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s proposed Internal Market Bill could violate international law.
The bill, if passed, would allow the British government to modify or “disapply” Brexit rules that have already been agreed to – as they relate to shipments of goods between Britain and Northern Ireland – if London and the EU don’t reach a trade deal by the time the transition period ends in January.
I saw quite a bit on this in the past 2 days. An administrator for Johnson also stepped down. He holds some sort of position, I forget who.