A no deal Brexit it is then:
The European parliament could veto any trade deal between the UK and the European Union that lacks “robust” safeguards to ensure fair competition and strong standards on the environment and workers’ rights, according to a leaked document.
A draft resolution, seen by the Guardian, which will be put to a vote on Friday, underlines the implicit threat to block the EU-UK trade deal. Urging the British government to “revise its negotiation position”, the text states that a level playing field is the “necessary condition for the European parliament to give its consent to a trade agreement with the UK”.
Given that the entire point is to be free of EU regulations on fair competition, workers’ rights and the environment. You know, to return to being a fully sovereign nation where the rules are made by us, for us, and not by some foreign parliament?