I don't like cookies. My browser is set to discard them after it is closed.
As a web developer, that seems like a slightly absurd overreaction, but each to their own. It obviously means a site can't remember your preferences, let alone things like sessions and logins. I think you know that.
If you visit a site a lot, it might be worth using something like ...
I think we might have stumbled upon something here.
From HuHa's comment:
According to EU law, the default setting needs to be essential
cookies, but they overlooked that all such banners provide a big fat
"accept all" button and then a "settings" button where you have to
click multiple times to get rid of the banner without accepting all
I'll post an answer since it's hard to do in comments. I will be using this review item as an example: https://askubuntu.com/review/low-quality-posts/1123857
Now, on to your specific points.
identify post: the banner at the top shows very prominently infos about the question (which is totally irrelevant when reviewing an answer)
I honestly don't ...
What's going on is described here on Meta Stack Exchange: Visual design changes to the review queues. That is also the place to leave feedback. They've already improved quite a lot of things reported by the community in the first round (Close/Reopen review queues on Meta Stack Exchange/Meta Stack Overflow) so perhaps they will take your criticism as well, as ...
Thank the EU parliament for this: They forced that stuff upon us all.
I found the only way out to is installing the "I don't care about cookies" browser extension which silently accepts all cookies on sites that have such a banner.