BREXIT: No deal may be better

As the EU continues to be intransigent over Brexit negotiations, the British government should be fully prepared to walk away with no deal, rather than agree to a bad deal.

Monday, 27th November 2017, 5:52 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 1:53 am

The government would certainly have the support of the British people.

According to a new Sky data poll, a large majority of the public believes that “no deal is better than a bad deal”.

A massive 74 per cent agrees that the country should walk away, rather than accept a bad, ‘punishment’ deal.

And just 26 per cent think that “any deal is better than no deal”.

While it is hoped that the UK and EU negotiating teams will reach a deal that benefits both sides, it is vital that we should be prepared to walk away without a deal if necessary.

If, because of EU bullying, the UK and EU agree to a bad deal, then Britain will be saddled with the terms of the deal for decades.

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