“The deal that will come before Parliament next week represents a devastating failure of British statecraft.“ “No self-respecting country would accept this deal. MPs must vote it down”, writes ⁦
President of the Irish Farmers’ Association, Joe Healy, “It is very important that the UK in any deal wouldn’t be able to go off and do their own trade deals with other countries because EU exporters “couldn’t compete” with global producers. via
"No self-respecting country would accept this deal. MPs must vote it down" Pretty unarguable by via
“Britain should not sign a permanent treaty under duress. The Withdrawal Agreement has been proposed in a vengeful spirit, and the biggest surprise in Brussels has been Theresa May’s readiness to accept it.” #StandUp4Brexit
The deal before Parliament represents the worst of all worlds - the costs of staying in the EU without the benefits of leaving. MPs should vote against it even if that means a delay. Better a deferral to 2020 than a capitulation in 2019.
Whatever your views on Brexit and our likelihood of actually leaving on time, this is a must read tour de force from .
No more to be said. MPs, ERG in particular, should keep their bottle
“The deal...before Parliament next week represents a devastating failure of British statecraft. It would keep most of the costs of EU membership while junking most of the benefits. It would require Britain to cede...territory to foreign jurisdiction.”
A year-long delay is better than signing May’s awful deal says Dan Hannan
"Britain should not sign a permanent treaty under duress. The Withdrawal Agreement has been proposed in a vengeful spirit. The biggest surprise was Theresa May’s readiness to accept it. MPs must vote down this deal." Well said 🙌🇬🇧👏
. No self-respecting country would accept this deal. MPs must vote it down
Essential reading from : "At least EU membership, unlike the backstop, comes with an exit mechanism. We are thus being asked to replace a temporary arrangement with a permanent one. That alone is reason enough to refuse."
Brussels Eurocrats have concluded that the British are negotiating, as a former EU Commission President put it this week: “with their backs against the wall, the abyss in front of their eyes and a knife on their throat. We are nearly there.”
In which asks the pertinent question for considering May's appalling deal: "Are we still the nation we used to be?​" The answer the UK political system, government & commentariat appears to offer, alas, is a resounding "No!"
No self-respecting country would accept this deal. MPs must vote it down  via
'No self-respecting country would accept this deal. MPs must vote it down'
The deal that will come before Parliament next week represents a devastating failure of British statecraft.
No self-respecting country would accept this deal. MPs must vote it down. The magnificent ⁦⁩ tells it as it is.
No self-respecting country would accept this deal. MPs must vote it down ' | via
A key point by : "Far from being uncompromising, the supposed hardliners in the ERG have accepted a series of concessions, including a continuing role for the European Court of Justice...despite the conspicuous absence of the trade deal."
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