If compliance is still not restored as a result of these measures, the parties are allowed to appropriately suspend the application of the withdrawal agreement itself, with the exception of the rights of citizens or parties to other agreements between the Union and the United Kingdom. The bloc points out that London has already approved the “backstop” and sees Johnson`s letter as an attempt to blame the EU for the failure of the negotiations. Kit Malthouse was awarded as the organizer of an agreement between the Conservative Party`s limited factions on Brexit on 29 January 2019.  The proposal consisted of two parts. Plan A was the re-opening of the withdrawal agreement with the EU and the renegotiation of the backstop. Britain`s transition period would also be extended, giving more time to agree on future relations. Plan B looked like a managed “no deal.” The Malthouse compromise was seen by some Leavers as a complement to the Graham Brady amendment: in short, it was intended to replace the backstop with another that would either allow a smooth transition to an agreement or create a triple safety net if there was no agreement. EU negotiators said the plan was unrealistic and that the Conservative party was negotiating with itself, with an EU official even calling it a “bonker.”   On 13 March 2019, the House of Commons voted by a margin of 374-164 against the Malthouse compromise, which applies to goods shipped or transported from the United Kingdom to an EU Member State, or vice versa, where shipping or transport began and ended before the end of the transitional period. Unless the future relationship agreement is made, goods exported after the end of the UK`s passage to the EU and vice versa will be subject to VAT and customs formalities. For fuels, alcohol and tobacco products, equivalent provisions are provided by the EU excise system. After the transition, exports of consumables from the UK to the EU are subject to customs procedures before they can be relocated within the EU. To meet these requirements, the Uk can access relevant networks and databases. Free movement will continue until the end of the transition period (or transposition period) and EU and UK nationals will be able to move to the UK or Member States, as currently permitted by EU legislation.
EU citizens living in their host country before the end of the transition have a permanent right of residence under the withdrawal agreement due to certain requirements. Under the agreement, the UK and EU-27 have discretion under which EU or UK nationals must apply for new resident status. What is the big picture behind the Brexit backstop drama? On 10 October 2019, Mr Johnson and Leo Varadkar held “very positive and promising” talks that led to the resumption of negotiations and a week later Mr Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker announced that they had agreed (subject to ratification) on a new withdrawal agreement replacing the backstop with a new protocol on Northern Ireland.2  Under the “backstop”, the UK will form a customs union with the EU (with the exception of trade in fisheries and aquaculture products, which is expected to be the subject of a new agreement on fishing opportunities by 1 July 2020).