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Other_Owl
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Politicians are clueless on what is happening about Brexit and no deal seems to be our best solution for now.
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Politicians are clueless on what is happening about Brexit and no deal seems to be our best solution for now.
Why?

We dont know what they have negotiated yet.
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Politicians are clueless on what is happening about Brexit and no deal seems to be our best solution for now.
No deal would be a catastrophe at least in the short to medium term. Everyone will wake up on 30th March and will be paralysed by not knowing how to do anything where previously nothing had to be done.

"They will figure it all out..." is not very useful when you are the accountant of an export business than now has to pay / collect WTO tariffs when previously you simply added an address label and put it on a truck.
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We are definitely not better off with a no deal for Brexit, that would be a disaster.
We are also not better off with the Chequers deal which is 'Hard Brexit'.

Honestly there is no deal that leaves us better off in any way than we are already.
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We are definitely not better off with a no deal for Brexit, that would be a disaster.
We are also not better off with the Chequers deal which is 'Hard Brexit'.

Honestly there is no deal that leaves us better off in any way than we are already.
Agreed.
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6th wealthiest economy, and it's all over, give me a break.
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......negotiate what ??????

let us buy cheese/wine and cars from you

reduce immigration to about 80,000

that's it
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I want no deal. No deal is better than a bad deal
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We must seriously begin preparations for a no deal outcome to show we are serious and mitigate the adverse impact.
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We must seriously begin preparations for a no deal outcome to show we are serious and mitigate the adverse impact.
Begin preparations? Now?

Preparations should have been made prior to the Brexit referendum. This minor oversight, along with no one bothering to propose a viable Brexit extrication plan prior to the referendum is why we are in the current situation.
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We need better negotiators. Theresa May is a fundamentally weak person. If Trump was negotiating we’d have a chance.
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If Trump was negotiating we’d have a chance.
Tell me that's a joke.
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Tell me that's a joke.
Nope. He’s spent all of his life making deals, what the hell has Theresa May achieved? She’d probably be s good Secretary, nothing more.
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Well it's not like every other country will suddenly slap sanctions on the UK? And also it's not like Brits can't flee from the country if it goes tits up. Ala Zimbabwe/Venezuela/Nauru
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Nope. He’s spent all of his life making deals, what the hell has Theresa May achieved? She’d probably be s good Secretary, nothing more.
Would you say that if she were a man? I doubt it.

I trust the honesty and integrity of one of them. Clue: It's not Trump.
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(Original post by Nalk1573)
......negotiate what ??????

let us buy cheese/wine and cars from you

reduce immigration to about 80,000

that's it
Please say that you're a troll, and not really that clueless!
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We are definitely not better off with a no deal for Brexit, that would be a disaster.
We are also not better off with the Chequers deal which is 'Hard Brexit'.

Honestly there is no deal that leaves us better off in any way than we are already.
Chequers deal is not hard brexit. Far from it.

The current deal was not to a lot of peoples liking hence we voted to leave.

What would be worse is a bad deal.
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He’s spent all of his life making deals
It has been claimed that he'd be in the same, or better, position if he'd done nothing - he inherited a lot.
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We need better negotiators. Theresa May is a fundamentally weak person. If Trump was negotiating we’d have a chance.
If we did a deal with him, our socalism would be put on offer.
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Would you say that if she were a man? I doubt it.

I trust the honesty and integrity of one of them. Clue: It's not Trump.
If she was a man I’d replace Secretary with some other low grade clerical work.

Eg- Ed Miliband was a weak leader and looks barely able to run a shrimp stall let alone the country

If you trust the honesty and integrity of politicians you’re an idiot.
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