- Jul 19, 2006
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Eh really?Yeah no...
They wanted it on the table and they wanted a hard brexit but no deal was never their preference - JRM (despite no longer being part of it) was very clear about that
Philip Hammond's negative view of no-deal Brexit is pure silliness: it could boost our economy by £80bn
The Treasury's deeply flawed economic models do not give a true picture of the situation
Jacob Rees-Mogg has suggested that the government could use EU law in order to force through a no-deal Brexit by the end of the month.
‘EU law is superior law in the UK’, argues leading Brexiteer
Dr David Nicholl challenges Rees-Mogg over no-deal Brexit plan
The leader of the House of Commons clashed with a doctor who asked about a no-deal 'mortality rate'.
Jacob Rees-Mogg: No-deal Brexit will boost UK economy by £1.1 trillion over 15 years
A no-deal Brexit would boost the UK economy by £1.
JACOB REES-MOGG No Deal Brexit is NO big deal — we could have £39bn in our pockets and free-flowing trade
VOTERS have consistently rejected Project Fear and this has been shown once again by the European Parliamentary results. The sheer enthusiasm of Brexit Party voters for leaving cleanly no later tha…
I could go on... But to suggest the ERG and JRM specifically always wanted a deal is laughable.