Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:59 am #1664275
With the exception the backstop I’d agree that it’s generally as could be expected. It was always going to be a bit cruddy without no deal being implemented and prepared for on day one.
johnm wrote:My point was that one example of an imperfect activity or policy is not a reason to justify Brexit.
johnm wrote:I have taken @stevelup point and offer apologies to @Colonel Panic .
johnm wrote:On the other points, nothing so far changes the fact that every scenario we've seen makes Brexit worse than Remain...
Colonel Panic wrote:johnm wrote:...but no Brexit scenario has yet beaten Remain.
Really? Says who?
Thus far no-one has come up with a scenario that shows a better outcome from Brexit than Remain.
Flyin'Dutch' wrote:I think it must be difficult to come up with specific tangible economic benefits of Brexit as they would by now have seen the light.
What would your solution be then for the NI border, given that there will be a tax gradient over the border and that the UK and EU want to control who and what goes in and out?