The conditions put forward at the moment by the European Union of Great Britain are unacceptable, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said, speaking in parliament. “Our friends in the EU now insist that if they pass a new law in the future that we will not comply with, they will automatically have the right to punish us.
They also insist that Britain is the only country in the world that does not have sovereign control over its own fishing waters.
I don’t think these are conditions that any prime minister of this country should accept, ” Johnson said. In the evening, the prime minister will have a dinner in Brussels with the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen.
This will be another attempt by the parties to come to an agreement on a trade agreement with the EU.