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We made a brief comment previously on the Sunak Northern Ireland Protocol agreement (the "WIndsor" agreement) but now we have a rather ore complete assessment of what it means, courtesy of Global Britain. No, it isn't good news for our future independence, but is that what you were expecting?

"There was a break in Johnson’s deal, imperfect as that was. We had the legal right to rip it up. Now Sunak’s deal cannot easily be broken as the EU authority over Northern Ireland and critically the sole authority of its Court of Justice will be embedded in international law"

So one of the major safeguards for our independence has been cut away, leaving the way open for as much future harassment as the EU sees fit to impose, with no longer any fear that we would just walk away. 

"We have reached the utterly surreal position where, three years after Brexit, the entire UK will become subject to new laws made in Brussels with the stated aim of ‘protecting the UK’s internal market’ and ‘Northern Ireland’s place in the United Kingdom’. Isn’t that the job of the British government and the sovereign UK Parliament?"

Read the rest of the good news here.