Considering that sovereign basic territories should remain part of the Union`s customs territory after the UK`s withdrawal from the Eu, notwithstanding Article 127, paragraph 1, of the withdrawal agreement, all measures taken during the transitional period under Article 6 of Protocol 3 do not apply to basic sovereign territories or sovereign base territories. CONSIDERING that, for decisions made before the expiry of the transitional period by the competent authority of the enforcement state or by an enforcement state authority without the power to recognize and enforce a judgment, appropriate arrangements must be made for the exemption and exemption of customs duties and taxes, before the end of the transitional period, by the competent authority of the enforcement state or by an enforcement state authority without being able to recognize and enforce a judgment , but who passes the judgment on statutory duty to the competent authority; The Northern Ireland Protocol, known as the Irish Backstop, was an annex to the November 2018 draft agreement outlining provisions to avoid a hard border in Ireland after the UK`s withdrawal from the European Union. The protocol provided for a provision of the safety net to deal with the circumstances in which satisfactory alternative arrangements were to come into force at the end of the transition period. This project has been replaced by a new protocol that will be described as follows. 1. The right of EU citizens and UK nationals and their respective family members to rely directly on this party is not affected if they change their status. B, for example, between students, salaried workers, the self-employed and the inactive. Persons who, at the end of the transitional period, have a right of residence as family members of EU citizens or UK nationals cannot become persons within the meaning of Article 10, paragraph 1, points (a) to d). (8) A subsequent agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom indicates the parts of this protocol it replaces. As soon as an agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom enter into force after the withdrawal agreement comes into force, this protocol does not apply or be extinguished from the date of application of this subsequent agreement and in accordance with the provisions of this agreement which specify the consequences of that agreement on this protocol, depending on whether this may be the case in whole or in part. The Protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland applies from the end of the transitional period, with the exception of the following provisions of this Protocol, which apply from the entry into force of this agreement: to EU citizens in the United Kingdom, if they have exercised and continue to engage in economic activity as a border worker before the end of the transitional period; for each year of income tax beginning on 6 April 1975, a person working as a worker, having completed periods of insurance, employment or residence exclusively in a Member State other than the United Kingdom, and the application of paragraph 5, paragraph 1, leads this year to a qualified year within the meaning of United Kingdom law under Article 52 paragraph 1, paragraph b) (i) of this regulation, so it has been insured for 52 weeks this year in that other Member State; 2.