So here's my original rebuttal thread on why he's wrong, slightly elaborated
I fear you still don't understand GATT Art.24.
It's not "a simple basic Free Trade Agreement". It applies to all free trade agreements in goods, whether simple and basic, or complex and sophisticated
Yes, even that would have to comply with GATT Art.24. So would CETA+++++.
So does the single market.
He also said this👇🏽
It's the Withdrawal Agreement.
So there's nothing special about invoking GATT Art.24. What matters is what kind of FTA the UK agrees with the EU, not whether Art.24 is invoked (it must be anyway)
They have to comply with Art.24.
The UK triggered Art.24 when it signed GATT in 1947