Lately there seems to be "some concern" (in the UK and abroad) for yet another special law of yours efficiently violating International Law,
i. e. Boris' own suggested Brexit deal, accepted by both the UK and the EU.
Now: UK-proclaimed non-compliance to the Northern Ireland part of the deal (as I understood it).
Will there now be "The Troubles" 2.0 up there, apart from a darned hard Brexit?
-Well, good luck in your upcoming trade deal negotiations in 2021 with the other countries of the World,
who've seen the ongoing Brexit show and probably already drawn their own conclusions regarding UK's reliability as a trade partner.
OTOH: I can really understand your tiredness of EU central government:
Seems like you've got your own fair share of government inefficiency and incompetence to be tired of and handle yourselves,
so resist any further urge to export them all to Brussels & Strasbourg, please.
Note: I didn't even touch "the Duke of York subject".