As Planned on March 29th
No Deal on March 29th
Delayed to 2021
I would suggest we wait and see what happens in the ballot box in the coming elections to see what the voting public think.
The deal offered and accepted by May is terrible for the UK or for any country for that matter. Would you expect say China, USA or even New Zealand's parliament to ratify such a deal - very unlikely
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The smuggling issue will depend on the level of tariffs, again a deal is required.
There is a great deal of trust required for these arrangements and a great deal of planning and supervision. What we have after all this time is the complete opposite.
So if I ask you the chance of a hard brexit now that Boris is the PM with no soft exit appearing in sight, how will you rate it? A certainty? Likely? Possible? Not likely? Or impossible?