(Original post by ColinDent)
I've not been talking about staying in the EU at all.
And I always answer questions to the best of my knowledge, if I've missed something then do please let me know.
You were chuntering on the other night a repeat performance of what it meant to be staying in the EU, when as far as the government is concerned we are not. It was depressing someone was so concerned about such an obscure point. I could have written you an answer but that would just have encouraged you more.
Any talk about the future involves a degree of conjecture, but some reserch and you can fill in some of the blanks.
The one we know most about and have more data on is at would happen if we stayed in.
If you do some research then the are also articles about the other two scenarios as well.
Anyway bck to this thread and the claim that A 'deal' is just another way of remaining in the EU.
Which is patently wrong. the only deal on the table is an exit agreement to smooth transition from ceasing to be a member, something business wants to avoid shock to the economy and giving them time to adjust.
The biggest thing standing in its way is the backstop. That is what is happening in parliament.
I think its stupid to damage the country and for people to lose their jobs just because of an artifical leave date and the failure of politicians to negotiate a compromise that deals with the backstop. Same for the people who are keen to do this.