Brexit – FT reports the UK is planning a new move that risks the collapse of talks with the EU

Brexit reporting from the Financial Times … the long story short is the mooted moves from the UK would undermine the withdrawal talks/agreement.

Which is thus a negative input for GBP. Its thin and illiquid still, cable currently quoting in the  circa 1.3240/45 area
Says the article:
  • UK is planning new legislation that will override key parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement
  • risking the collapse of trade negotiations with the European Union
The legislation referred to is part of the internal market bill (due Wednesday) – expected to “eliminate the legal force of parts of the withdrawal agreement” in areas including state aid and Northern Ireland customs.
FT citing “three people familiar with the plans.” Says doing so would “clearly and consciously” undermine the agreement on Northern Ireland that Boris Johnson signed last October to avoid a return to a hard border in the region, one person with knowledge of the plans said
Here is the link to the FT piece (may be gated).
Brexit reporting from the Financial Times ... the long story short is the mooted moves from the UK would undermine the withdrawal talks/agreement.