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The UK and EU signed a "withdrawal agreement" treaty which committed both sides to certain obligations. By doing so, these things became international law. The UK government now wants to change some things in that treaty by passing a UK law that would contradict the treaty they signed. This would make any divergence from the treaty legal under UK law but illegal under international law. Is this generally acceptable or unacceptable to you?
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