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  1. For the life of me, I can’t understand why politicians and the media – and a fair few of our countrymen – see “any deal” as superior to “no deal”. It’d be akin to excising a cancerous tumour and leaving it connected by a thread of tissue – you get the pain, you take the risk of complications, but keep the risk of the cancer. And let’s face it, if there’s a metaphor for the EU, “a cancerous growth” is a pretty good one.

    I agree; a clean, completely unencumbered Brexit is the only desirable outcome here. That, we’ll survive. It might be rough; my pension fund might be toast for a while, but then we can move on while the EU falls in on itself.

    I’m even starting to have some confidence in Boris. I hope he doesn’t fold the game.

    • >For the life of me, I can’t understand why politicians and the media – and a fair few of our countrymen – see “any deal” as superior to “no deal”.

      There are two reasons why they want a deal. The first is the ‘official’ one, that there will be chaos without one, and some Tories fear that they will be forever known as the party that unleashed a no deal disaster upon the country. (Labour is fine with chaos, because Marxists feel that they do well out it, but they want the Tories to take the blame for it.)

      The real reason, though, is that a ‘deal’ is key to preventing us from really leaving, and will set us up to be taken back in later on.

  2. The real reason, though, is that a ‘deal’ is key to preventing us from really leaving, and will set us up to be taken back in later on.

    It’s a fair cop, guv. Slowing down in my old age. Hadn’t thought of that one, I must admit, but it would certainly suit the way the Deep State seems to be working. Cheers.

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