I was always a no deal (at least at first) supporter. First because it was not in fact no deal as in nothing, but rather a reversion to the trading arrangements in place for our trade relationship with the non eu world. WTO.Very true and very rarely challenged by the media. Because like bravo 2, the objectivity is absent and a wish to create a tough question, to then challenge the evil brexit UK Government minister, is more important and all rather puerile. Leaving with no deal, seems the only solution and whereas I personally was against the idea back in the day, it seems the EU leaves us no other choice.
The continuing project fear label of "no deal" is bandied about like the fifth horse of the apocalypse, a myth questioned by greater business brains than I.
But the main reason that I have been comfortable with the prospect ( especially as most organisations have had 4 years to get their heads around it) is that the prospect must concentrate minds on the other side of the channel.
In this regard that bus picture is entirely relevant. But not for the reasons the trolls think. We could dick around all day over the figure, and the could, and the should.Whichever way you look at it, the euro projekt is going to dip out big time just at the very moment it could use the cash.
So as many have said, the thread is about what happens now to the EU.
And as our resident (German) colleague has noted it looks a bit fornicated.
So pictures of teary toddlers, buses and Dr Fox quotes aside , all of which have appeared and been fcuked off at the high port endless times previously, it is very difficult to see that whatever fudge and stunt the Borg might pull, any trade arrangement with the UK is the very least of their problems.