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Will take legal action against UK if it violates Withdrawal Agreement: EU

The main opposition Labour party as well as Scottish nationalists and Liberal Democrats are firmly against rescinding international pledges

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Ashis Ray  |  London 

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A section of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative party are distinctly uneasy about breaking treaty commitments (File Photo: Reuters)

The European Union (EU) is ready to take legal action against the United Kingdom (UK) if the latter violates the letter or spirit of the Withdrawal Agreement it signed in January to begin exiting the . The UK has been given time until the end of this month to either abandon or suitably revise plans to introduce an Internal Market Bill in the British parliament to effectively renege on some of its obligations.

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First Published: Thu, September 10 2020. 23:06 IST
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