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Brexit minister Barclay says chances of a 'no deal' EU exit are underpriced

 

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FILE PHOTO: Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Stephen Barclay arrives at Downing Street in London, Britain June 11, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

 

LONDON (Reuters) - The chances of Britain leaving the European Union without a deal at the end of October are underpriced, Britain’s Brexit minister Stephen Barclay said on Wednesday.

 

Asked about the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit, Barclay pointed to the fact that parliament is only due to sit for a relatively short period of time in September and October and that legislation required to pass a deal would be significant.

 

“I think a no deal is underpriced. It is still this government’s intention and both leadership candidates’ intention to seek a deal and I think it is the will of many members of parliament for there to be a deal,” he told a committee of lawmakers.

 

“But the question then will be is there a deal that is palatable to parliament and if not will parliament vote to revoke or will we leave with no deal?”

 

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8 hours ago, Loiner said:

Have Barclays forgotten that Parliament has already legislated to Leave and that legislation does not require a deal.


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Section 1 of the EUWA is still waitng to be enacted

Repealing the EU from UK domestic law

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1 hour ago, Krataiboy said:

The referendum result was to get out of the EU, deal or no deal. The drawn-out fiasco since clearly indicates connivance between Remainer May, a mainly Remainer Parliament and the EU heirachy.

 

They clearly all believed that if they f-cked the British people around long enough we would change our minds. I, for one, can't wait for them to be proved wrong.

 

Boris is no angel, but rather him and the temporary convulsions of an October 31 "no deal" exit than permanant vassalage to a sclerotic, failing European superstate which increasingly resembles the former Soviet Union in its twilight years.

Boris was a failure as foreign secretary, he’ll fail as PM.

 

But you might get a clever sounding Latin quote from him as he does so.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Krataiboy said:

..... we would change our minds. I, for one, can't wait for them to be proved wrong.

 

Sometimes you just have to let the children learn what happens when they are being stupid and foolish....

 

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Please do not bother us at this time about the most important decision this country will make

in the next 40 years,,,,,, the House of Commons representatives  (chicken farm) are on holiday

Only in the UK are they so complacent about their future 

Even a new PM takes 6 weeks to haggle over.

 

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