par13del wrote:JJJ wrote:So can you agree that plenty of international treaties demand handover of regulatory control?
Is regulatory control really the correct term to be used, and yes I agree that a lot of persons play foot loose and fancy free on a number of terms because as a discussion forum, we will only debate the ones that mean the most two us.
So let's take the most famous / infamous item on the list, chlorinated chicken. At present, per EU rules, the UK cannot export chicken washed in chlorine to the EU, but can the UK wash any chicken in chlorine say for domestic consumption only?
You do not get how the EU works, do you?
Decisions by the EU are decisions by its member states. Not always in 100% agreement, but always backed by a majority of states representing a majority of the population. So if you are in the EU, you have decided that chlorinated chicken is not suitable for consumption in the EU and in your own country. If you are outside the EU you can wash your chicken in whatever you like, just not sell it to the EU.
You post shows the general lack of understanding on how the EU works in the UK and why only the hard Brexit will be good for both sides, as only the hard Brexit gives the UK full control of its affairs.
Klaus wrote:A101 wrote:The only ECJ rulings in relation to A50 and Brexit is the right to revoke unilaterally, and as you know A50 states that the Withdrawal Agreement must also take into account the future relationship. And the EU will not discuss the future relationship untill the WA is signed.
The framework is already there in the political declaration and the WA does indeed take into account that there will probably be a future trade deal.
That you desperately imagine that to mean that the WA could only be closed once the future deal was completely done as well is your personal little hobby, but it has no reality in the actual negotiations, not least because that would be obviously self-contradictory.
I think the Eu would gladly sign a trade deal with the UK at the same time as withdrawal agreement, if only the UK would know what it actually wants.The problem is the lack of a realistic proposal by the UK, which so far only wants to have the cake and eat it.