Baker: We Should Not Be Afraid of No Deal

Asked if the government still believes no deal is better than a bad deal, Brexit minister Steve Baker sensibly replied:

“What we can’t do is accept some kind of punishment deal, and I certainly think that the environment in which the United Kingdom trades with the world, in the context of controlling our own tariffs, our own taxes, our own domestic regulation, is an environment of which we should not be afraid.”

Those pro-Remain pundits eating their words again…


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“I would not be surprised if we were promised that it would be looked at in the next stage to gain support but then be immediately dropped once the withdrawal agreement had gone through. The government needs to work on building up trust as many of us feel that we have been strung along.”

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