"It is pretty clear to me that the institutions should be the European institutions. "So it is not a transition period where British institutions take over, but it is a transition period where the European Court of Justice is still in charge of dishing out judgements." But Mr Jenkin, a director of the Vote Leave campaign and chairman of the influential Commons Public Administration Committee, dismissed the Maltese prime minister's claims. "An extended period of transition really is the worst possible scenario for the EU and the UK," he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. "Most people want to end the uncertainty and this would be a way of prolonging the uncertainty, which we don't want. "The choices we're faced with, even if we leave without a deal, substantially, apart from the sort of divorce proceedings, we still get most favoured nation status under WTO [World Trade Organization] rules, which is how we trade with the rest of the world. That's a much better position for us to be in than present membership of the EU, which costs ชุด ซี ท รู ขายส่ง so much and loses so much control." 'Absolutely paranoid' He also poured scorn on Malta's intervention in the Brexit ซี ท รู คน อ้วน debate. "What you've got is a Maltese prime minister who's anxious to scoop for his tiny little island some of the spoils that he believes will fall out of Brexit," he said. "Most countries aren't in the EU - they are absolutely fine. The biggest transition the EU wants is for us to continue paying into the EU budget for as long as possible. "They are absolutely paranoid about us leaving because we take away our net contribution, which is a very substantial contribution to the EU budget. "Of course there will be lots of things we'll continue to co-operate with the European Union, on defence and security, and foreign policy, which are unconditional - they are not part of the negotiations.