Err, yes, that’s the point Nicky, a fundamental rupture

Now that the prime minister has triggered article 50, the biggest economic risk facing the UK would be leaving the European Union with no deal at all. Some members of the cabinet have said we should prepare for such an eventuality. I am concerned, as are MPs from across the political divide, that this extreme form of Brexit is being talked about with increasing fervour by those who favour a fundamental rupture with Europe.

That’s rather why we’re doing it.

8 comments on “Err, yes, that’s the point Nicky, a fundamental rupture

  1. I get twitchy about the way this is being framed as about “A Deal”. I fear its a set up to dish the free traders. Establish a no deal as credible in the public’s minds and the commission’s, but at the same time frame it as worse case scenario. Basically gives Theresa the green light to sign anything, claim peace in our time and to prove that she made hard choices David Davis resigns.

  2. A fundamental rupture is just what we want. There is no doubt that Theresa May would like to sell us out. There can be no question that the Civil Service would like a deal that left most of the EU regulations in place. The Federasts totally dominate these negotiations on both sides.

    So in an ideal world, one side or the other will throw over the chess board and stalk out. Start with a zero-zero option – we get nothing, they get nothing. Then we can start to negotiate for some bits if we want them. The alternative is that May signs a deal that leaves us with free movement, EU regulations, the Court of Justice and still paying, while she proclaims a great victory.

  3. Dress-Up is Blu-Labour all the way thro’.

    But her “legacy” is to be Brexit. That is–she calculates–her best chance for footprints in the Sands of Time.

    That is a slight edge, somewhat offset by the fact she is thick and a creature of the globalists.

    Free speech means that shite like Nicky can talk. It is now time that action–ie more lawdog stunts–gets to be rewarded by treason and sedition charges.

  4. ” the biggest economic risk facing the UK would be leaving the European Union with no deal at all.”

    In my opinion, if that’s the biggest risk you face then you’re in a damn good position.

    Frankly, the best option probably would be to leave without a ‘comprehensive’ deal in the first place – politicians love to load up large pieces of legislation with pork and garbage.

    Just negotiate as and when conflicts that can’t be resolved by the parties involved require it.

  5. ” The alternative is that May signs a deal that leaves us with free movement, EU regulations, the Court of Justice and still paying, while she proclaims a great victory.”

    No doubt this is what will happen. The government and their friends in media are currently working to build the panic about no deal and how horrible it would be. The EU doing their bit by closing off potential exits apart from no-deal.

    I just hope they over play their hand and end up actually needing to do it. But expect some hideous deal proclaimed as victory instead.

  6. “Start with a zero-zero option – we get nothing, they get nothing. Then we can start to negotiate for some bits if we want them.”

    Exactly, SMFS. You can’t negotiate if you believe you HAVE to have a deal.

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