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Of this 585 page draft treaty, 175 pages consist of the so-called Northern Irish “backstop” Protocol and its 10 detailed Annexes. 

This should be called “the whole UK permanent lock-in protocol with extra lock-in for Northern Ireland.” It contains comfort wording that it is “intended to apply temporarily”. But the wording of the articles which govern how the Protocol is replaced or reviewed give the EU a complete veto on the UK leaving the Protocol. The government has surrendered any attempt to secure an independent mechanism permitting the UK to leave, let alone the unconditional right to leave after a period of time which it originally asked for.

The government claims this Protocol does not...

Of this 585 page draft treaty, 175 pages consist of the so-called Northern Irish “backstop” Protocol and its 10 detailed Annexes. 

This should be called “the whole UK permanent lock-in protocol with extra lock-in for Northern Ireland.” It contains comfort wording that it is “intended to apply temporarily”. But the wording of the articles which govern how the Protocol is replaced or reviewed give the EU a complete veto on the UK leaving the Protocol. The government has surrendered any attempt to secure an independent mechanism permitting the UK to leave, let alone the unconditional right to leave after a period of time which it originally asked for.

The government claims this Protocol does not...

Of this 585 page draft treaty, 175 pages consist of the so-called Northern Irish “backstop” Protocol and its 10 detailed Annexes. 

This should be called “the whole UK permanent lock-in protocol with extra lock-in for Northern Ireland.” It contains comfort wording that it is “intended to apply temporarily”. But the wording of the articles which govern how the Protocol is replaced or reviewed give the EU a complete veto on the UK leaving the Protocol. The government has surrendered any attempt to secure an independent mechanism permitting the UK to leave, let alone the unconditional right to leave after a period of time which it originally asked for.

The government claims this Protocol does not...

Of this 585 page draft treaty, 175 pages consist of the so-called Northern Irish “backstop” Protocol and its 10 detailed Annexes. 

This should be called “the whole UK permanent lock-in protocol with extra lock-in for Northern Ireland.” It contains comfort wording that it is “intended to apply temporarily”. But the wording of the articles which govern how the Protocol is replaced or reviewed give the EU a complete veto on the UK leaving the Protocol. The government has surrendered any attempt to secure an independent mechanism permitting the UK to leave, let alone the unconditional right to leave after a period of time which it originally asked for.

The government claims this Protocol does not...