No Brexit deal is better than a bad Brexit deal

The Prime Minister was right to say that no Brexit deal is better than a bad one. Those who think leaving is a complex negotiation should grasp that we would not have a negotiation unless we are  willing to walk away.

We would have dictation by the other side.

Fortunately the PM understands the strength of the UK position, and understands that No deal would work better for us than for them. It would be a lot better than a punishment deal of the kind some in the Commission have flirted with.

In reality, it need not be a negotiation at all. It is a series of choices for the rest of the EU, where a friendly and positive UK offers them various advantages which they may or may not want to take up.

If they take up none of our offers when we leave we will be like most of the other 160 countries around the world that are not part of the EU. We will trade with the rest of the EU on WTO most favoured nation terms, just as we trade with China, India and the USA today.

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