A brand new poll indicates that the British public support leaving the European Union without a deal by the very same percentage that voted to leave the EU in the first place: 52%
Europe Elects revealed via a poll on the question regarding a No Deal Brexit scenario, leaving without a deal opposed to remaining a member, the figures were 52% supporting a No Deal and 48% supporting the prospect of remaining a member.
Theresa May’s proposed deal is at 56% opposed to 44% remain, although MPs are reportedly going to vote against the proposed deal by May.
Steve Fisher a University of Oxford Professor described a No Deal Brexit scenario: “Would beat Remain 52:48 in a two-way competition according to the preference orderings above. This is because Deal supporters prefer No Deal to Remain by a large margin.”
Agriculture Minister, George Eustice described the positive aspects of a genuine No Deal Brexit: “On trade, in a No Deal Brexit the UK would be free to set its own trade policy unilaterally.
“The options open to us would be to create autonomous tariff-rate quotas or tariff-rate suspensions or indeed a lower-bound tariff on those goods where we wish to do so.
“But we would have an independent trade policy in a No Deal Brexit.”
Leaving the EU without a deal would undoubtedly be a positive outcome for the United Kingdom and the British people. We would re-gain control of our borders, law, fisheries and swerve the £39 billion Brexit blackmail fee.