The result is the dilemma that British constitutional rights defenders are familiar with and which has been the subject of much discussion during the UK`s lifetime membership of the EU. Should a British court make effective substantial legal provisions of national law which, in in a clear and accepted manner, violates the obligations of the United Kingdom, which have internal legal effects through legislation guaranteeing the united Kingdom`s orderly withdrawal from the EU, or is it that a court should not withdraw such provisions incompatible with the withdrawal agreement and not by the legal arrangements which are themselves incompatible with the agreement? Michael Gove, one of Boris Johnson`s most senior ministers, announced an « agreement in principle on all issues, including the Protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland. » (e) Section 8C of this Act (power in relation to the Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol in the Withdrawal Agreement) and, in accordance with the withdrawal agreement, with no other legal value or use in the United Kingdom. In October 2019, the BRITISH government adopted the long-awaited European law (withdrawal agreement) (the « WAB » in October). In October, the WAB reportedly ratified and implemented the UK`s EU withdrawal agreement. To that end, it would have supported a set of national constitutional reforms, given the UK`s withdrawal from the European Union. In other respects, there are significant differences. After the transition, for example, the withdrawal agreement provides only limited circumstances in which a British court can go ahead before the European Court of Justice. However, clauses 5 and 6 have the effect of terminating the (otherwise) absolute rule of Section 6 (1) of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018. It had provided: « An agreement in principle was reached in the following areas, including: border inspection posts and access points specifically for animal, plant and derivatives controls, export declarations, the provision of medicines, the provision of chilled meat and other foodstuffs to supermarkets and clarification on the application of state aid under the protocol. » (4) This section does not apply to Part 4 of the retraction agreement (see sections 1A, 1B and 8A and Part 1A of Schedule 2).