View Single Post
  #10909  
Old 29.12.2017, 09:41
Jim2007's Avatar
Jim2007 Jim2007 is offline
Forum Legend
 
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Kt. Bern
Posts: 4,290
Groaned at 204 Times in 161 Posts
Thanked 6,944 Times in 3,106 Posts
Jim2007 has a reputation beyond reputeJim2007 has a reputation beyond reputeJim2007 has a reputation beyond reputeJim2007 has a reputation beyond reputeJim2007 has a reputation beyond reputeJim2007 has a reputation beyond repute
Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

Quote:
View Post
BTW it is not new, Macron said during his election campaign he would tear up the Le Touquet agreement.
I'm not sure he would even have a choice. There are provisions in the treaties to allow for such agreements between member states and a specific provision to allow for the CTA between Ireland and the UK. But there is no general provision to allow for such an agreement with a third country.

At some point the treaty will need to be amended if they CTA is to continue, so perhaps something like that will happen at the same time.
Reply With Quote
This user would like to thank Jim2007 for this useful post: